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Title: Haze Watch: April 2017 Marching ahead with stronger support
Date: 06-Apr-2017
Category: Bulletin/Newsletter
Source/Author: P.M. Haze
Description: Update from PM Haze, Singapore

Marching ahead with stronger support

Great news! PM.Haze has received new funding support from National Youth Council (NYC) Singapore for our 2017 outreach activities.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has awarded us a grant to research on “The environmental,  social and ethical challenges of the annual haze in Southeast Asia”.
We have also received continued funding support from Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) and Young NTUC. We are very grateful for support  from these institutions and looking forward to a bright year ahead! 







Parliamentary Debate 2017- engaging policy makers on the haze


PM.Haze worked with MP Mr.Louis Ng to raise haze related questions including mandatory palm oil labelling and local Banks and responsible financing in the Parliament. >>Read More

Field trip to Asia Pulp & Paper

On invitation by Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), a team from PM.Haze, visited APP's operations and conservation area in Riau on 24
February 2017. >>Read More

Fire Free Alliance annual meeting  

Aurelie Charmeau represented PM.Haze at the FFA meeting on 15 March, 2017. FFA's first annual report including outcomes for villages in fire prevention was released. >>Learn more






At our first AGM as a registered society, we shared our progress in 2016 and plan for 2017 with PM.Haze members.


Congratulations on our board members: Mr. Benjamin Tay (President), Ms. Chevon Low (VP), Mr. Yang Yang (Secretary) and Mr. Low Ying Hui (Treasurer).





Upcoming Events


Join us in our People’s Expedition to Experience Peat (PEEP) from May 18 to 21 to visit a natural peat forest and a Haze-free community project. 

If you want to be a Haze fighter, come from May 10 to 21 to get your hands dirty and re-wet fire-prone peatland. 
>>Register for the trip


Support our ground solutions with your donation

PM.Haze is now raising funds for the above project in Indonesia to help local communities to prevent fires! Help us reach our $3,700 target!






News Analysis


Conflicting developments in Indonesian land management




Progress on converting peatlands to conservation areas is a step in the right direction, but the issues emerging from a proposal to legalise land ownership status of small farmers in the palm oil industry have prompted cause for concern. >>Read more




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