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Political Economy Study of Fire and Haze in Indonesia

This presentation, delivered by Herry Purnomo and Bayuni Shantiko, explains research undertaken to inform decision makers about the on-the-ground dynamics that result in large fires in Indonesia. The research findings highlight the complexity of the situation, with multiple actors, land types and drivers influencing outcomes. It was delivered at a Jakarta Foreign Correspondent Club panel discussion on fire and haze on 23 September 2015

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