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At least 500 professional health workers signed an open letter for President Jokowi, urging the government to prevent wildfires amid the pandemic.
The spate of wild weather this year is consistent with climate change, scientists say, and the world can expect even more extreme weather.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo calls for an immediate completion of the reduction stages of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The Central Kalimantan provincial administration declared a state of emergency today, June 30, over land and forest fires.
Police's criminal investigation department (Bareskrim) pledged to severely punish arsonists that caused Indonesia's forest fires.
Walhi executive director openly opposed the statement made by Mahfud MD that the govt had managed to minimize forest fires in the past 4-5 years.
Much of Australia's wildfire-ravaged east coast was drenched on Friday by the biggest rainfall in almost 20 years.
So far this week the fires have killed seven people in Australia's NSW and two in Victoria, where 28 other people are unaccounted for.
Tens of thousands of holiday-makers fled seaside towns on Australia's east coast on Thursday as bushfires approached.
Twelve people have now lost their lives in fire-related deaths across Australia since blazes broke out a few months ago.
Hong Kong canceled its New Year's Eve fireworks in Victoria Harbour due to security concerns as pro-democracy protesters formed giant human chains.
Australia has been fighting wildfires across much of its east coast for weeks, leaving 8 people dead.
A day after Australia recorded its hottest day on record, thick smoke blanketed Sydney.
Two people have died, five are missing and at least 150 homes have been destroyed as bushfires rage across eastern Australia.
Mount Rinjani National Park Agency (TNGR) recorded the total areas burnt in the volcano on Lombok Island amounted to 6,000 ha as of today, October 22.
Walhi highlighted the homework of environment and forestry ministry (KLHK) under Siti Nurbaya, including land and forest fires.
A total of 504,000 inhabitants of West Kalimantan, particularly children, suffered from respiratory illness due to the smog from forest fires.
Fingers were immediately pointed at the Peatland Restoration Agency (BRG) in the wake of the devastating forest fire.
Wildfires in Indonesia, largely blamed on slash-and-burn farming practices, have created unhealthy smog across Southeast Asia.
The ministry promised to apply firm sanction against the perpetrators of the forest fire, such as by implementing the profit-taking of the businesses.