These peatlands burned in Kampar, Riau, Indonesia, on July 24, 2017.
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A balanced research program should focus on good and rational peat management efforts that minimise environmental impacts, and on water regulation that reduces the risk of fire.
Avoiding fires in Indonesia’s peatlands should be a common goal of everyone involved.
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Indonesian peatlands are important to many people: farmers, bureaucrats, businesspeople, and conservationists. But preserving this value for everyone will mean listening to everyone's concerns.
Rwanda’s first peat-fired power plant at Gishoma is currently running at 10.85MW.
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Rwanda is powering ahead with peat. The country hopes that the opening of two peat power plants will add to the current power mix.
Greta Dargie and team fight their way through the forest.
A swampy area the size of England stores as much carbon as 20 years of US fossil fuel emissions.
Indonesia wants to restore its degraded peatlands. But first it needs to know how to map them.
Last year, fires burned 2 million hectares of peatlands in Indonesia. The country wants to restore them. But first it needs to know the extent and depth of its peatlands.
Thick smoke blankets the Indonesian peatlands.
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New early-warning systems are being developed and they're warning of imminent danger.
Hudson Bay Lowlands are staying greener for longer as temperatures rise.
Lakes of the Hudson Bay Lowlands, in northeast Canada, are showing evidence of abrupt change in one of the last Arctic regions of the world to have experienced global warming, according to Canadian research…