Indonesian lawmakers approve Southeast Asia smog-fighting pact

Reuters: Indonesian lawmakers have approved a pact for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to tackle smog pollution, becoming the grouping's final member to sign up to the regional co-operation effort. Indonesia has failed in previous attempts to stop the smog that results from annual slash-and-burn forest clearances which cause heavy smoke and pollution levels to rise across the region. "We hope Indonesia will be able to control its natural resources to prevent haze pollution," Indonesian......

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