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Satellite tells apart peat fires and smouldering - 30 Jul, 2015
Scientists in the US and Indonesia have demonstrated that infrared satellite data can be used to distinguish between flaming and smouldering peat fires. The method could help to improve atmospheric pollution models, as the two phases differ greatly in their emission of particulates. Read more...

Riau calls for private companies to help fight wildfires - 29 Jul, 2015
Pekanbaru (ANTARA News) - It certainly is no easy task to break the vicious cycle of annual forest, peat land and plantation fires, which have affected Riau Province over the past 17 years. Read more...
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Enhancing Sustainability of
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Guidelines on Integrated
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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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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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