Indonesia: Planned 5-year peatland moratorium seen as ‘half-hearted government policy’

Jakarta Post: The government initiative to entail a five-year moratorium on peatland conversion is a half-hearted policy if the country still wants to seriously mitigate climate change, activists said Saturday. They said the moratorium to shift the peatland for business use should be permanent since the area held huge stocks of carbon emissions. "If the government wants to end peatland conversions, there is no story about timelines; it must be permanent," executive director of Forest ......

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