Feature - 21 Oct 2015
Measurements of particles and toxic gases in smoke in fire-ravaged Kalimantan show the health hazards may be even worse than feared.
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.