Indonesian Fires Spreading Toxic Fumes Harmful To Human, Plant Health, Experts Say

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Scientists warn of health damage from Indonesia’s haze fires
“Toxic fumes from the Indonesian fires that have spread a choking haze across Southeast Asia may be doing more harm to human and plant health than officials have indicated, scientists measuring the pollution say…” (Tang, 11/10).

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