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APRIL’S 2017 Fire Free Village Programme (FFVP), which spans over 70 villages or around 700,000 ha of community agricultural land in Riau, was officially launched on 16 May 2017. Attended by community, national and local
The Government of Indonesia has intensified efforts to protect the environment by preventing fires and strengthening the country’s fire-fighting response. Supporting the Government’s leadership on fire prevention is a voluntary multi-stakeholder group called Fire Free
An expanded Fire Free Village Program (FFVP) in Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia achieved a number of successes in 2016 according to an independent review completed by Singapore-based Carbon Conservation. The advisory company that works in
PANGKALAN KERINCI – Finding a long-term response to the recurring issue of fire and haze from agricultural land-clearing is about understanding the root causes and working with the communities on alternative solutions.
Fire and haze is a complex issue that no one party can solve alone. Collaboration and sharing among forestry and agricultural companies, NGOs and concerned partners is essential to achieving a lasting solution to the