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Tackling haze: Look beyond words to action taken — Simon Tay and Cheong Poh Kwan - 17 Mar, 2015
The recurring haze from fires in Indonesia has returned, visibly and early, even if not as thickly as in past years. The politics around the issue may also heat up following a recent comment by Indonesia’s Vice-President Jusuf Kalla. Read more...

Hutan Rimbun, Emisi Turun, Ekonomi Tambun, Rakyat Santun: Mampukah Diwujudkan di Sumsel? - 17 Mar, 2015
Najib Asmani, Staf Khusus Gubernur Sumatera Selatan Bidang Perubahan Iklim, menyatakan meskipun BP REDD+ sudah dibubarkan, namun model yang telah disusun yakni kemitraan pengelolaan landsekap ekoregion REDD+ di Sumsel tetap dijalankan. Read more...
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Enhancing Sustainability of
Forestry Practices on Peatlands

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Guidelines on Integrated
Management Planning
for Peatland Forests
in Southeast Asia (1.42 Mb)
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Small farmers make the case for action on Climate Change (6:21) Saving the Philippine Peatlands (9:34) Bono Dancing - JP28 Band (4:40)  More videos >>
       
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Field Visit in Riau, 13-14 November 2014
APFP-SEApeat Closing workshop, 10-12 November 2014.
Workshop on Sustainable Peatland Management, Nay Pyi Taw, 30 Jan 2014
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Update

The ASEAN Peatland Forests Project (APFP) was completed in 2014. SEApeat activities will continue up to June 2015, and a new project for peatland conservation in Southeast Asia is under development.

 

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Guidelines on Integrated
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