Indonesia gives account on peatland protection
Warief Djajanto Basorie
Every time Indonesia goes to the annual United Nations climate change conference, the country comes under cross-examination. Indonesia has to account for what it has done to end the forest and peatland fires causing choking smoke and hazardous haze.
The burning wood also emits huge amounts of carbon dioxide into the earth’s atmosphere and amplifies global warming. Defore...
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