About ASEAN Haze Portal

ASEAN Haze Portal is established to be the ASEAN knowledge management platform on sustainable peatland and haze management and facilitate networking and knowledge-sharing among policy makers and other relevant practitioners in Southeast Asia. This website also serves as a place for all ASEAN Peatland Partners to share their updates, stories, best practices, reports, and knowledge products that may be beneficial for relevant stakeholders. This website is developed in collaboration with Measurable Action for Haze-Free Southeast Asia (MAHFSA) Programme and The Sustainable Use of Peatland and Haze Mitigation in ASEAN (SUPA) Programme, Component 1.



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ASEAN Haze Portal serves as repository of knowledge products on peatlands and haze in ASEAN and supports the enhancement of knowledge sharing among ASEAN Member States and relevant stakeholders. Publications by ASEAN Secretariat, ASEAN Member States, ASEAN Peatland Partners, and other researchers about haze and peatland are available in multiple languages. Browse using the filter menu or use the search bar to find something specific.

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15-16 March
Third Task Force Meeting for the Development of the new Roadmap on ASEAN Cooperation Towards Transboundary Haze Pollution Control with Means of Implementation (Roadmap) 2022-2030
TBC February
ASMC Hotspot and Haze Assessment Workshop (H2A Workshop)
14-14 November
COP27 Official Side Event: Enhancing Climate Action through Peatlands
10-10 November
Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for Sustainable Peatland Management to Address Climate Change in Malaysia

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Blackwater Fish Species in Sungai Bebar, Pahang, Malaysia
Author : GEC

Tropical peat swamp forest (PSF) is a crucial and dynamic ecosystem providing carbon storage for flood mitigation, for fire prevention and as a source of fish produce to the local community. Malaysia’s Southeast Pahang Peat Swamp Forest (SEPPSF) is one of Pahang’s largest remaining PSF area in Pahang. The PSF is of global conservation significance […]

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Lessons Learned
Bridging the Gap in Peatland Management
April 1, 2022
Author: EU in ASEAN
COP26: Peatlands for a Better Future Climate
January 31, 2022
Author: Vong Sok, Etwin Sabarini, Ahmad Dermawan, Sinta Silviana
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