ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution

A follow up of Natalie’s post which I’ve reblog earlier on. Haha.

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Indonesia forest fire

(Photo — Reuters)

The PSI has hit 190 as of 19 June, 8pm. 290 as of 19 June, 9pm.

So I got a teensy bit worried and for some reason thought that googling “haze” might make me feel better.

And I stumbled onto its wikipedia page, and found this

Since 1991, haze has been a particularly acute problem in Southeast Asia, Indonesian forest fires burnt to clear land being the reason. In response to the 1997 Southeast Asian haze, the ASEAN countries agreed on a Regional Haze Action Plan (1997). In 2002, all ASEAN countries except Indonesia signed the Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution, but the pollution is still a problem today.

Glozel Rage GifIF INDONESIA DOESN’T SIGN THAT AGREEMENT THEN WHAT THE FUCK GOOD DOES IT DO?

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