Peatland and carbon emission
17 Jan: Sustainable everyday choices in the Year of Climate action
Transboundary haze has contributed to the region’s air pollution is a direct result of deforestation techniques using fire for land clearing. Peatlands are being cleared for palm oil production and for timber used in paper manufacture. When dried out, peatlands release stored CO2 and become highly flammable.
Photo credit Regina Veronica Vanda
27 Dec: Rough Beauty, Simply Sustainable
After knowing that palm oil used in the making of conventional soap contributes to deforestation and haze in Singapore, Rough Beauty made an immediate switch to sustainable palm oil.
(Left to right): Guanjie, Lucie, Apurva.
04 Oct: Volunteer Spotlight: Lucie

I first learnt about PM Haze in April 2015 when I attended the People’s Forum, an event organised by PM Haze. I was attracted to the short film produced by…

03 Oct: How to fight the haze three times a day

The article How to fight the haze three times a day by PM Haze reminds us that despite Indonesia’s national moratorium on peatland forest clearing, deforestation continues. Protected peatland forests, home…