Future of the Environment

After a horrific year of fires, how can Indonesia save its forests?

So what can be done? Image: REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Sakinah Ummu Haniy

Communications Assistant, WRI Indonesia

Hidayah Hamzah

Manager, Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership, World Resources Institute Indonesia

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