In 2011, ANZ provided a $40 million loan to Phnom Penh Sugar, which had forcibly displaced hundreds of local farming families and employed school-aged children in dangerous conditions
The app “Prey Lang App” makes it easy for local forest patrols in Cambodia to geo-reference, document, and upload data about forest resources and illegal logging.
The slated withdrawal of crucial European Union trade preferences will likely force its leader to walk back a prolonged political crackdown, observers and labor groups say.
Plan to increase livelihoods for 1.3 million rice farmers by growing alternative crops and help offered to sugarcane growers
As established norms and power structures conspire to keep them out, women are stepping up in historic ways and numbers, holding the powerful to account.
The government is having a difficult time conducting biodiversity surveys in conflict-torn areas of the country because of a lack of access and security concerns among Forestry Department personnel
Despite its achievements, the best-performing nation on the list still fails to meet the sustainability demands of an increasingly dire ecological outlook
The EU announced Cambodia could lose its special access to European markets over undemocratic practices.