Southeast Asia's Burning Issue: From The 2015 Haze Crisis To A More Robust System
The root causes of the haze are complex and there is no single, quick solution to the problem. But action still needs to be taken. On 15 Apr 2016, the SIIA released a new policy brief at our 3rd Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources, looking at actions that can be taken across the supply chain.Tan Yi Han / CC BY-SA 3.0
To Prevent Haze, Financial Players, Smallholders Have Outsized Role To Play
While governments must lead on the haze issue, all actors in the resource sector's long supply chain have a role to play - from small-scale farmers on the ground to the banks that fund businesses, say SIIA Chairman and policy research analyst Lau Xin YiPhoto by Achmad Rabin Taim / CC BY 2.0
Fighting Of Fires Must Continue Under Blue Skies
Blue skies breed amnesia. With the clear skies, many may now struggle to recall the urgency and anger over the smoke haze pollution in the region, warns SIIA Chairman Simon Tay.
Media Coverage: 3rd Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources
The Singapore Institute of International Affairs held our 3rd Singapore Dialogue on Sustainable World Resources on 15 April 2016. Excerpts from the media coverage of the dialogue are now available on www.hazetracker.org