Out Of The Fire And Into The Frying Pan
Surin Suksuwan, Southeast Asia Regional Director, ProForest
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A new report has named banks from Indonesia and Malaysia as the largest creditors financing corporate organisations implicated in the 2019 fires that that we remember for the haze that ensued. We discuss if cutting off financing to these corporate entities actually makes an environmental impact.
Produced by: Sumitra Selvaraj
Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek, Sumitra Selvaraj, Lim Sue Ann
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Tags: The Bigger Picture, The Daily Digest, haze, banks, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maybank, Rainforest Action Network (RAN), Profundo, TUK-Indonesia, Jakalahari, Walhi, palm oil plantations,