Indonesia May Take Up to a Decade to Curb Annual Land FiresBy
Laws created at the local level needed to tackle issue
Widodo cuts short U.S. visit as haze engulfs Indonesia
Indonesia may take as long as a decade to permanently curb the plantation land-burning that sends choking smog across swathes of Southeast Asia each year, according to a research fellow at Nanyang Technological University.
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