Haze chokehold spurring efforts to save Indonesia’s forests

Mongabay: This is the first part in a two-part series on fires in Indonesia and what`s being done to stop them. The annual burning of Indonesian rainforests represents an example of the increasing clouding of regional-global divides when it comes to environmental problems. Many Southeast Asians are wondering if they will have to withstand another blanket of haze from rainforest fires as Indonesia enters its annual dry season. Signs of an impending El Nino weather pattern mean the country’s traditional......

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