Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Forest-Fires-in-Central-Kalimantan-27MZIFJ8Q96CU.htmlConceptually similarForest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU02XCompleted★★★★★★Forest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU10ACompleted★★★★Forest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU116Completed★★★★★★Haze from Forest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU087Completed★★★★Forest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU109Completed★★★★Forest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU02QCompleted★★★★★Forest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU10OCompleted★★★★Forest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU112Completed★★★★Forest Fires in Central KalimantanGP0STU113Completed★★★★View AllGP0STU02WForest Fires in Central KalimantanA man sits as nearby fires almost reach his house, in Palangkaraya city, Central Kalimantan. This year's nearly 2,000 wildfires are burning across Indonesia. It is the worst year since 2015. Officials estimate that the fires have burned more than 800,000 acres. Greenpeace criticized the government for not taking action against the companies that set fires to clear land for agriculture purposes.Locations:Central Kalimantan-Indonesia-Palangkaraya-Southeast AsiaDate:23 Sep, 2019Credit:© Jurnasyanto Sukarno / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Forests (campaign title)-Houses-Huts-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Night-One person-OutdoorsShoot:Documentation of Forest Fires and Haze Victims in Central KalimantanA documentation of forest fires and haze caused by the smoke in Central Kalimantan.This year nearly 2,000 wildfires have been burning across Indonesia.This is the worst year since 2015. Officials estimate that the fires have burned more than 800,000 acres. The smoke and flames threaten endangered species like the orangutan that only can be found in Kalimantan and Sumatra.Greenpeace criticized the government for not taking action against the companies that set fires to clear land for plantations.