DG’s Column - 26 Oct 2015
What can we do to break the cycle of the haze over the long term? How might we address the underlying drivers and achieve sustainable solutions?
About 51 Results found. From 1997 - 2015
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?
News - 9 May 2017Wet and Wild: Indonesian Forest Fires
Why blazes can ignite, even in damp conditions
Analysis - 4 May 2017Peatland fire policy: From past to present
Analyzing 20 years of peat fire management intervention in Indonesia
News - 15 Feb 2017For a better Borneo, new map reveals how much terrain has changed
New atlas displays 40 years of human impacts on forests – from fires to logging to industrial plantations and more
News - 3 Nov 2016Re-examining Indonesia’s land and forest fires
A new CIFOR study shows that to identify responsibility for the problem of forest and land fires, maps and satellites are not enough
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.