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Thick haze could be seen cowering in over the City of Palembang, which caused visibility levels to drop significantly.
The Jakarta Transportation Agency claims the city's pollution levels had dropped due to the extended odd-even policy.
Komnas HAM member Esrom Hamonangan opined the country's air pollution has not been improved over the years.
Director of Land Transport Facilities Sigit believes electric motors will not increase the traffic congestion in the country's highways.
Jakarta Environmental Department (DLH) will sanction six industries strongly accused of creating pollution in the capital city.
The Jakarta Environment Agency has barred its employees from using private vehicles to commute to the office on every Friday.
Here are some facts about the fires, and the haze affecting Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and other countries this year.
Singapore Grand Prix said disposable masks, which cover the nose and mouth to protect the wearer from breathing in small particles of haze in the air.
Indonesia must increase funding to detect and tackle forest fires quicker and enforce conservation laws to avoid another major haze crisis.
Jakarta Environment Agency recorded a lower rate of air pollution up to 16 percent after one-month implementation of the expanded odd-even policy.
Jakarta Administration announced that it plans to provide sufficient training for dozens of small industries contributing to the city's pollution.
North Jakarta Police said there are reports that the operation at the aluminum house industries has been causing air pollution.
The Greater Jakarta Transportation Agency (BPTJ) is eyeing to operate 2,000 electric buses in Jakarta.
The addition of Transjakarta fleet is part of the Governor Instruction No. 66/2019 on the eradication of air pollution that is passed last month.
Ahmad Safrudin, the executive director of the leaded fuel eradication committee (KPBB), revealed the toll of air pollution in Jakarta.
PDIP Chairwoman Megawati Soekarnoputri highlights the pollution levels produced by Jakarta, which she deems has reached an alarming level.
Greenpeace Indonesia suggests Jakarta administration to constantly monitor the pollution level in real-time for 24 hours over odd-even roads.
Water pollution threatens nearly all the globally agreed development goals to end environmental destruction, poverty and suffering by 2030.
Minister Susi Pudjiastuti in tandem with Pandu Laut Nusantara, has called for ocean cleanup in 74 beaches to commemorate Indonesian Independence Day.
Transport observer Djoko Setijowarno opined motorcycle restriction was far more effective than the expansion of the odd-even policy to curb pollution.