Villagers manage Indonesia’s old flaming habits with the help of REDD+

Equipped with firemen uniforms, water hoses, a pump and axes, rice farmers in Garantung village on Indonesia’s part of Borneo seem more like a professional fire-fighting squad than field hands. With the help of REDD+ they're not only fighting fires, but also a reluctance to switch from slash and burn land clearing methods. This article was originally posted on Forests News. Click here to read the full article.
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