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Political economy of fire and haze: Moving to long-term solutions - 26 Aug, 2015
Between 1980 and 2000 – a timber logging boom. Illegal logging followed – so, another boom in the ten years from 2000, and then the oil palm boom came after that. Pristine forest was badly logged and turned into degraded forest, and then was slashed and burnt, made ready for oil palm and wood plantations of different scales. Read more...

Stiffer penalties sought to combat haze, says Wan Junaidi - 25 Aug, 2015
Kuching: The new Natural Resources and Environment Minister is seeking a meeting with his Indonesian counterpart to address the region's annual haze woes. Read more...
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Enhancing Sustainability of
Forestry Practices on Peatlands

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Guidelines on Integrated
Management Planning
for Peatland Forests
in Southeast Asia (1.42 Mb)
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Apfp-SEApeat Completion Video 2014 (16:16) Small farmers make the case for action on Climate Change (6:21) Saving the Philippine Peatlands (9:34)  More videos >>
       
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Field Visit in Riau, 13-14 November 2014
APFP-SEApeat Closing workshop, 10-12 November 2014.
Workshop on Sustainable Peatland Management, Nay Pyi Taw, 30 Jan 2014
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Update

The ASEAN Peatland Forests Project (APFP) was completed in 2014. SEApeat activities will continue up to June 2015, and a new project for peatland conservation in Southeast Asia is under development.

 

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19 Aug, 2015 ~ 20 Aug, 2015 (past)
TWG Mekong Meeting on Transboundary Haze Pollution
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