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11-Jul-2018 Hutan Paya Gambut diiktiraf QCC
Keberkesanan Program Pemuliharaan dan Pemeliharaan Hutan Paya Gambut Raja Musa menerusi panduan Rancangan...
Malaysia
09-Jul-2018 Kerjasama erat pulih Hutan Paya Gambut
Jabatan Perhutanan Negeri Selangor (JPNS) giat menjalin kerjasama dengan Global Environment Centre (GEC) dan...
Malaysia
03-Jul-2018 Restoring peat, improving welfare and empowering women: can we have it all?
Restoring and preserving native plants in a peat ecosystem can improve the welfare and livelihoods of the...
Peatland Conservation
02-Jul-2018 Weatherwatch: wildfires highlight importance of UK's peatlands
Moorland plants fulfil a vital role by locking away huge amounts of carbon from the atmosphere
Global
28-Jun-2018 Maludam National Park — pride of Sarawak’s conservation efforts
Sarawak’s Maludam National Park, a globally significant peat swamp is a key part of the US$9.4 million (RM37.7...
Malaysia
27-Jun-2018 PepsiCo to probe deforestation in palm oil supplier’s Leuser Ecosystem concession
PepsiCo has launched an investigation into reports of deforestation in one of its supplier’s oil palm...
Plantations on peat
20-Jun-2018 Annual southeast Asia haze linked to increased respiratory problems
A new study published in Respirology reveals that the annual haze is associated with increased hospital admissions...
Haze
10-Jun-2018 Suspected land burner arrested in Riau
The Riau Land and Forest Fire (Karhutla) task force has arrested a suspected land burner in Meranti Island regency.
Indonesia-Peatland,Haze and Fire
06-Jun-2018 Where REDD+ money goes – and doesn’t go
New study finds little private finance in REDD+ efforts, and blended finance a way forward
REDD+
06-Jun-2018 Borneo's last remaining orangutans threatened by illegal logging, despite government protection
The forest which is home to some of the last remaining Bornean orangutans is being logged despite the...
Biodiversity
05-Jun-2018 ASEAN ministers vow to fight transboundary haze
ASEAN member countries of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand have pledged to...
ASEAN
05-Jun-2018 Over 1000 orangutans threatened by illegal operations in Indonesia
A new Greenpeace International investigation reveals a major illegal logging operation in a critical...
Biodiversity
05-Jun-2018 IIB grants Wetlands International NGO €40,000 for fire prevention and peatlands restoration project
The Moscow-based International Investment Bank (IIB), a multinational development bank, has granted the...
Global
31-May-2018 Norwegian government report sharply critical of funding for tropical forest conservation
A recent report by Norway’s Office of the Auditor General had some tough criticisms for the country’s...
REDD+
31-May-2018 Depth Matters in Peat Bog Nutrient Cycling
Peatlands store around a third of Earth’s soil carbon, and a new study begins to reveal how the ecosystems’...
Global
25-May-2018 'Deforestation-free' palm oil not as simple as it sounds
Genuinely 'deforestation-free' palm oil products are problematic to guarantee, according to a new study.
Palm Oil
25-May-2018 The Untold Story of Indonesian Deforestation
Under centralized Suharto the rate of deforestation was between 550,000 and 1.7 million hectares a year; under...
Deforestation
25-May-2018 Typo derails landmark ruling against Indonesian palm oil firm guilty of burning peatland
A district court in Indonesia has shielded an oil palm company from a Supreme Court ruling ordering it to pay...
Indonesia-Peatland,Haze and Fire
22-May-2018 Fighting fires on Indonesia’s peatlands
As one of the world’s most valuable ecosystems, peatlands support diverse species, including orangutans. Yet...
Indonesia-Peatland,Haze and Fire
22-May-2018 Kebakaran di Paka semakin pulih
Peat fire - Malaysia

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