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Media Coverage – Haze: Know it. Stop it.

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19 Oct Media Coverage – Haze: Know it. Stop it.

The Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) held our Haze: Know it. Stop it. Exhibition on Oct 16-18 at nex @ Serangoon Central, with presentations from the SIIA, PM.Haze, Singapore Environment Council, Relief.sg, and Haze Elimination Action Team (HEAT) on their respective anti-haze efforts.


 


Efforts to tackle haze should involve all: Activists [Channel NewsAsia, 18 Oct 2015]

By Liyana Othman

SINGAPORE: Efforts to tackle transboundary haze should involve governments and individuals, instead of just companies in the pulp and paper, and palm oil industries.

That was the message at the first public exhibition on haze put up by various civil society groups at Nex shopping mall on Saturday (Oct 17).

The exhibition was for the public to learn more about what causes the haze, how it impacts societies, as well as efforts to tackle the problem.

Representatives from think-tank, the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, and groups like the Singapore Environment Council also shared their haze-fighting efforts. The People’s Movement to Stop Haze (PM.Haze), for instance, is working on a haze-free shopping guide – a compilation of products made from sustainable palm oil, pulp and paper.

For the full article, please visit www.channelnewsasia.com


 

CNA Singapore Tonight [Toggle/Channel NewsAsia, 17 Oct 2015]

Watch the video at video.toggle.sg

烟霾暂好转 抗霾仍不能松懈 (Anti-haze efforts must not slow down even as haze condition improves) [Lianhe Zaobao, 18 Oct 2015]

新加坡国际事务学会主席戴尚志副教授指,空气素质好转不代表烟霾问题已解决,可能只是风向改变,希望政府和企业能做出改变。

For the full article, please visit www.zaobao.com.sg