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The impacts of extreme weather events, causing severe storms and wildfires, cascade across administrative borders within a country, challenging the steering capacity of governance networks at different political scales. This paper examines how accountability and risk were constructed and negotiated in the aftermath of Sweden's largest wildfire. It draws on results from an interview study with executives of organizations and landowners involved, and an analysis of government reports about thedoi:10.1080/1523908x.2020.1740656 fatcat:6xvdyzxg3ndnpalvn6vkgtn534