Clean air, free from haze is a basic human right. And yet we have been facing haze almost yearly, made worse during dry seasons.

The threat of harm is even stronger as we live through a worldwide pandemic as studies have shown air pollution may be linked to an increase in Covid-19 severity and lethality (European Respiratory review).

To prevent further damage, CERAH Anti-Haze Action and Greenpeace Malaysia alongside several local allies, are campaigning for core solutions to pollution from domestic and transboundary haze by calling for an independent public inquiry and investigation by the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) to protect our basic human right to clean air.