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ASEAN Guidelines on Peatland Fire Management

This set of guidelines and management practices on peatland fire management was developed at a joint workshop comprising ASEAN Member State representatives, with the objective of providing a set of strategies to mitigate fires in peatland ecosystem, and the ambition of eventually overcoming them. This publication was produced by National Environment Agency of Singapore with generous funding from the ASEAN Haze Fund and kind assistance from the ASEAN Secretariat. The booklet is also available at ASEAN Haze Action Online and ASEAN Peat  


APFP - SEApeat Key Achievements (2010 - 2015)

This publication highlights the key achievements of ASEANPeatland Forests Project (APFP) and Sustainable Management of Peatland Forests in Southeast Asia (SEApeat)

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HSBC Water Conservation and Environmental Programme for Schools in Malaysia

Water Conservation Programme is a two year project funded by HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad to educate student on wise management of the water resources.  The programme is introduced as DRH20 project at schools under the existing RIVER Ranger programme. Continue reading about the project.

Partnership in Conservation and Rehabilitation of Forest Compartment 32 & Forest Compartment 70 Boundary of Raja Musa Forest Reserve

This project is funded by Sime Darby Foundation Malaysia to strengthen the efforts for fire prevention, rehabilitation and conservation of the North Selangor Peat Swamp Forest. Continue reading about the project.

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