An Activity of the Global Wildland Fire Network

International Processes and Political Declarations

Vulnerability of Carbon Pools in Tropical Peatlands (Statement released by the participants of a workshop held in Pekanbaru, Riau, Sumatra, Indonesia, 23-26 January 2006)

Vegetation Fire Globally

International Wildland Fire Summit (October 2003) background paper prepared by the Working Group on Wildland Fire, United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR),and the Global Fire Monitoring Center (GFMC), with a basic statement on peatland fires

The Central European Peatland Project (CEPP)
This volume (compiled and edited by O. Bragg et al., Wetlands International, The Netherlands) aims at informing all concerned to achieve better governance, and thereby management and conservation, for Peatlands in Central Europe.

ASEAN Peatland Management Initiative (APMI)

Peatland Fire Issues discussed at UN FCCC CoP9. Peatlands and climate change: Carbon store or source? (UNFCCCCOP9 Side Event, 2 December 2003, Milan, Italy, presented by the Global Environment Centre, Wildlife Habitat Canada and Wetlands International, Published: 9 December 2003)

The Narathiwat Statement on Wise Use and Sustainable Management of Peatlands (released by the Seminar on Wise Use and Sustainable Management of Peatlands, held in Narathiwat, Thailand, 9-11 April 2003)

Wetlands on Fire: Statement issued by the Standing Committee of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (2 October 1997, Gland, Switzerland)

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