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31-Jan-2018 Is a plantation a forest? Indonesia says yes, as it touts a drop in deforestation
However, the government’s insistence on counting pulpwood plantations as reforested areas has once again...
Plantations on peat
30-Jan-2018 Peat-mapping technology to be adopted in Indonesia
The government currently lacks an authoritative map of its carbon-rich peat areas, which it urgently needs to enforce...
Technology
29-Jan-2018 Indonesia prepares to adopt standardized peat-mapping technology
The winner of a competition announced in 2016 to come up with a fast, accurate and cost-effective method to...
Peatland Conservation
29-Jan-2018 Challenges Faced By Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil Scheme (MSPO)
Certifying its products to earn consumer confidence has precedence in Malaysia with certification bodies...
Standards
25-Jan-2018 Climate change and deforestation threaten world’s largest tropical peatland
The Cuvette Centrale peatlands stretch across an area of central Africa that is larger than the size of England...
Global
24-Jan-2018 Greenpeace: Pemanfaatan Sawit Untuk Biofuel Tidak Tepat
Organisasi lingkungan, Greenpeace Indonesia menyayangkan kebijakan pemerintah yang memberikan insentif kepada...
Plantations on peat
24-Jan-2018 Chiang Rai Province Hopes to Implement Burning Ban from February 17 to April 17
Chiang Rai province hopes to implement an outdoor burning ban from February 17 to April 17 and to organize talks...
Thailand-Haze
24-Jan-2018 Haze pollution and burning bans addressed in Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai province hopes to implement an outdoor burning ban from February 17 to April 17 and to organise talks...
Thailand-Haze
22-Jan-2018 Palm oil is cheap, but it’s also an eco-disaster
With Southeast Asian economies in the balance – especially Indonesia and Malaysia – the fruit producers must...
Plantations on peat
19-Jan-2018 Burning need for more funds to restore Indonesian peatlands
A major shortfall in funding to restore Indonesia’s degraded peat forests means the country is facing a...
Indonesia-Peatland,Haze and Fire
17-Jan-2018 MPOC gets support from European Parliament members
The Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) has secured the support of 57 members of the European Parliament for...
Palm Oil
17-Jan-2018 Researchers find simple key to risk of severe peat fires
The science behind their findings is complex, but the conclusion is simple: in a peat bog, bigger trees mean...
Global
16-Jan-2018 Peat in the Tropics
As has been previously discussed in Robert’s blog, fertile soil is an incredibly important resource that is...
Global
15-Jan-2018 More research needed for responsible peatland management in Indonesia
Indonesian peatland researchers recently gathered in Bogor, Indonesia, to examine the effectiveness of the...
Peat Conservation
13-Jan-2018 Indonesian villages see virtually zero progress in program to manage peatlands
Only one out of nearly 3,000 villages located in Indonesia’s peatlands has received a government permit to manage...
Peat Conservation
10-Jan-2018 BRG Urges Gov't to Empower Peatland Societies Through Social Forestry Scheme
Indonesia’s Peat Restoration Agency, or BRG, and several civil society organizations urged the government on...
Indonesia-Peatland,Haze and Fire
10-Jan-2018 A Better Way to Probe Peat
Florida scientists use ground-penetrating radar to image underground carbon stores in the Disney Wilderness Preserve.
Technology
08-Jan-2018 Study on economic loss from Indonesia’s peat policies criticized
Researchers and officials have criticized the study, saying it fails to make a holistic accounting of...
Indonesia-Peatland,Haze and Fire
07-Jan-2018 Officials in Chiang Rai Campaign to Help Prevent Wildfire and Haze Problems
The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) has held a cycling event urging the people...
Thailand-Haze
04-Jan-2018 Double standards in Indonesia's climate policy
This is the rationale behind Indonesia’s mitigation measures which heavily focus on land use, land use change...
Indonesia

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