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Kebakaran Hutan dan Lahan 2015
Manajer Program Semesta Hijau Dompet Dhuafa
Kecamatan Air Sugihan, Ogan Komering Ilir, Sumatera Selatan
Sumber: TRC BNPB
Konsentrat Karbon Monoksida
pada 27 Oktober 2015
NUMBER OF FIRE ALERTS
OGAN KOMERING ILIR
TANJUNG JABUNG TIMUR
The contention that Indonesia’s palm oil industry is playing a contributing role in the haze crisis is not far-fetched. Over the past three decades, developers have cleared millions of forests and peatlands in Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and New Guinea for oil palm plantations. Clearance, combined with drainage of peat soils, have greatly exacerbated fire risk, especially during dry years. And areas that were burned during past el Nino-driven droughts have been extensively planted with oil palm, which is one of the most profitable forms of land use across much of rural Indonesia. Palm oil is sold both into domestic and international markets, where it is used as a cooking oil and as an ingredient in processed foods, soaps, cosmetics, and other household products.
Anatomy of Peat Fires in Indonesia