Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Singapore-Haze-Pollution-Hits-an-All-Time-High-27MZIFVHMEY3.htmlConceptually similarSingapore Haze Pollution Hits an All-Time HighGP04NIJCompleted★★★★★★Singapore Haze Pollution Hits an All-Time HighGP04NIHCompleted★★★★Singapore Haze Pollution Hits an All-Time HighGP04NIKCompleted★★★★Singapore Haze Pollution Hits All-Time HighGP04N2QCompleted★★★★★★Singapore Haze Pollution Hits All-Time HighGP04N2KCompleted★★★★★★Singapore Haze Pollution Hits All-Time HighGP04N2PCompleted★★★★★★Singapore Haze Pollution Hits All-Time HighGP04N2RCompleted★★★★★★Singapore Haze Pollution Hits All-Time HighGP04N2HCompleted★★★★★★★Singapore Haze Pollution Hits All-Time HighGP04N2ICompleted★★★★View AllGP04NIISingapore Haze Pollution Hits an All-Time HighPeople enduring the haze on Robinson Road in Singapore Centre Business District. The Pollutant Standards Index (PSI), Singapore's main index for air pollution, has hit record levels. These measurements are classified as "hazardous" and can aggravate respiratory ailments.Locations:Asia-Singapore-Southeast AsiaDate:21 Jun, 2013Credit:© Nguyen Tuan Anh / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2832px X 4256pxKeywords:Air pollution-Buildings-Cities-Day-Deforestation-East Asian ethnicities-Forest fires-Forests (campaign title)-Health-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Masks (protective)-Outdoors-People-Smog-Streets-Trees-Urban areas-Urban scenesShoot:Singapore Haze Pollution Hits an All-Time HighThick smog blankets Singapore's skyline. The Pollutant Standards Index (PSI), Singapore's main index for air pollution, has hit record levels. These measurements are classified as "hazardous" and can aggravate respiratory ailments. Singapore wants 'strong, firm, effective' action against local companies that may be involved in illegal burning of forests and peat lands in Indonesia, which is contributing to the city-state's worst pollution on record. Greenpeace is calling on the Indonesian government to enforce forest protection and strengthen the forest moratorium. Corporations must also take responsibility for their supply chains, commit to zero deforestation and stop the sort of illegal practices such as fire clearing that are destroying forests and polluting the air.