For a better Borneo, new map reveals how much terrain has changed
Nepal’s forest fires
Re-examining Indonesia’s land and forest fires
A new CIFOR study shows that to identify responsibility for the problem of forest and land fires, maps and satellites are not enough
On land and in space, understanding the impacts of fires
To measure greenhouse gas emissions from the fires in maritime Southeast Asia in 2015, a variety of methods and expertise coalesced
Reserves need tweaks to withstand Amazon fire threat
Despite their rapid proliferation, 'Sustainable Use Reserves' in the Amazon aren't living up to their hype- especially when it comes to reducing fire.
The environment gets its day in court
Environmental liability law and its implementation in countries that struggle with deforestation have come under scrutiny.
What came before the fire
Avoiding further devastation from land fires in Indonesia means unraveling the complex causes fueling them.
Waiting to exhale: The politics of fire in Indonesia
From elections to elephants ... Nothing is simple when it comes to the causes of Indonesia’s fires.
Work to avoid further fires starts now
Indonesia risks another round of forest and land fires, but they can be prevented with long-term solutions and political will.