Dr Yvonne Boose

Dr Yvonne Boose

Data and Accuracy Lead Scientist @BreezoMeter. I hold a PhD in Atmospheric Physics and formerly worked as a Postdoc at the German Aerospace Center. I love translating science to real-life improvements at BreezoMeter.
boreal forest zombie fires

Zombie Fires & Climate Change in the Arctic

It sounds like something out of an apocalyptic tale, but we assure you zombie fires do exist. I had the pleasure of interviewing Earth Scientist & Associate Professor, Dr. Sander Veraverbeke to learn more about this rare phenomenon and climate…

Wildfires + air pollution in Australia

How To Fight Bushfires & Air Pollution In Australia

As climate change makes global fire seasons more unpredictable, Australia, no stranger to bushfires, has arguably seen some of the worst devastation in recent years. We look at how air pollution in Australia impacts the region and how environmental monitoring…

Live Wildfire Tracking

Are Wildfires Getting Worse Due to Climate Change?

The increasing rate and intensity of global wildfires so far in 2022 make the correlation between climate change and fires all the more apparent. But correlation doesn’t always equal causation. So are wildfires getting worse due to climate change? Let’s…

Fire Tornado

Firenado: Why Spinning Fire is a Recipe for Disaster

Although fire tornados are not a new phenomenon, we’ve been seeing them more frequently the last few years. Is climate change making ‘firenados’ more likely? Can climate resilience technology help businesses protect people and property from such devastating wildfire events?…

Man Starting Forest Fire For Prescribed Burning

Here’s What You Should Know About Prescribed Burning

It may seem counterintuitive, but prescribed burning is a method used to reduce uncontrolled wildfire outbreaks in the future. Unfortunately, the health impacts and increasing climate unpredictability mean prescribed burning still presents very real risks and challenges in the short…

Is Pollen Increasing Due To Climate Change?

Allergy sufferers may have to brace themselves – researchers predict the US could see as much as a 200% increase in pollen this century if greenhouse gas emissions continue at the current rate, which may also cause pollen season to…