Peatland conservation: Buried low-hanging fruit revealed
Principal scientist with the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
PREMIUM For years Indonesia has been struggling to cope with land and forest fires, which have not only raised health and aviation safety concerns but also triggered diplomatic rows with neighboring countries. The prevention and control of fires are even more challenging when peatland is involved. Not only do smoldering peat fires produce haze and pollutants, but they also release a large amount of car...
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