The Political Economy of Fire and Haze in Indonesia

BOGOR, Indonesia – Widespread fires across Indonesia have challenged policy makers and forest managers for over three decades. Burning remains a critical source of greenhouse gas emissions, a driver of forest and biodiversity loss, and a pressing challenge to REDD+ forest carbon policies and corporate sustainability pledges. Recurring fire events are also responsible for mass... Read more

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