BPI Documentary Film Reel
BPI Documentary Film Reel
'Orangutan Jungle School'- Series Trailer
'Orangutan Jungle School'- Series Trailer
Orangutans at risk in Indonesia fires - BBC News
Orangutans at risk in Indonesia fires - BBC News
Why are peatlands burning in Indonesia? BBC News
Why are peatlands burning in Indonesia? BBC News
South East Asia haze: Deadly cost of Indonesia's burning land
South East Asia haze: Deadly cost of Indonesia's burning land
Heart Of The Haze Trailer - Earth Film Festival - Official Selection by PMHaze
Heart Of The Haze Trailer - Earth Film Festival - Official Selection by PMHaze
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'Orangutan Jungle School'- Series TrailerDirector of Photography on Orangutan Jungle School. Launches 2018 and 2019 on Love Nature, Amazon Prime and Channel 4
Orangutans at risk in Indonesia fires - BBC NewsPublished on Nov 2, 2015Forest fires, often illegally started to clear land for planting, have been burning in Indonesia for months. As well as the damage to the environment and the effects on people's health, the fires also threatening rare wildlife such as orangutans.Rebecca Henschke has visited the Borneo Orangutan survival rehabilitation centre in Central Kalimantan - where fires are dangerously close.Reporter: Rebecca HenschkeCamera: Bjorn VaughnEdit: Pierce Vaughn
Why are peatlands burning in Indonesia? BBC NewsPublished on Oct 25, 2015The haze caused by fires in Indonesia has been poisoning the air across much of South East Asia for weeks now. The fires are deliberately set to clear forests for palm oil plantations. Most of the fires are on peat land which burns for longer and produces more smoke than other fires. Indonesia has laws in place to protect peatland but they are rarely enforced. Rebecca Henschke travelled to Central Kalimantan to find out more.Camera: Bjorn VaughnEdit: Pierce Vaughn
South East Asia haze: Deadly cost of Indonesia's burning landPublished on Oct 19, 2015The Indonesian health ministry says hundreds of thousands of people are now suffering from respiratory illnesses after breathing in hazardous smoke caused by peatland fires.The fires, often started to clear forest for plantations, have been burning for weeks, sending heavy haze across the region.The city of Palangkaraya in Central Kalimantan has been one of the hardest hit areas. The Pollution Standard Index, which measures air pollution levels, has reached more than 2,000 at times - anything above 300 is considered hazardous to health.Reporter: Rebecca HenschkeCamera: Bjorn VaughnEdit: Pierce Vaughn
Heart Of The Haze Trailer - Earth Film Festival - Official Selection by PMHazeDirector of Photography on Heart of the Haze for Channel NewsAsia (CNA)
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