Fact File - 30 Oct 2015
What are the costs of the fires? Why do they start? How does the smoke affect health and wildlife? What happens next? Answers to these and more ...
About 57 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
News - 9 Oct 2017Peat fires and toxic haze: The power of perception
How viewpoints can shape policy and action
Video - 27 Sep 2017Fire and haze: Laws and regulations
The impact of local laws in breaking the cycle
Event Coverage - 26 Sep 2017Fighting fire and haze in Indonesia
What’s being done on the ground to prevent future disaster
Event Coverage - 19 Sep 2017Making peat a priority
Peatlands in the spotlight at the IUFRO Congress in Germany
Interview - 29 Aug 2017In Indonesia, finding the right ways to fight fire and haze
After 2015’s scale-tipping fire and haze event, what progress is being made and what remains to be done?
Event Coverage - 30 May 2017Countering the health effects of peat fires
From social media–based applications to face masks, a range of efforts are being instituted to tackle the causes and effects of toxic haze in Indonesia
News - 9 May 2017Wet and Wild: Indonesian Forest Fires
Why blazes can ignite, even in damp conditions
Event Coverage - 5 Dec 2013
On peatlands, one single fire can produce five to six times more carbon emissions than clearing the same land area by other means.