The Cambodian government has been praised for discontinuing the development of the Sambor and Stung Treng hydropower dams on the Mekong.
A series of reports this year show that protected forest areas across Cambodia are under increasing threat from land grabs and deforestation.
Plastic waste makes up 80% of the debris found on Cambodia’s beaches
A feel-good story about an elephant has distracted attention from the dire state of the environment in Cambodia.
Due to Cardamoms’ remoteness, they had largely been spared the human encroachment that has razed much of the rainforest across the country – until infrastructure development in 2020 opened up the area to loggers, poachers, and others seeking to exploit the region’s forests.
New NGO to work with Chinese-owned industrial park developer and operator QiLu (Cambodia) Special Economic Zone Co Ltd to set a new precedent for environmentally-friendly design and construction.
Despite the Cambodian government working towards ensuring a continuous operation of supply chains, food security is affected by lack of safety income-net for these Mekong delta inhabitants who are at the mercy of natural events and weather.
Soy Sros spent nearly two months in prison after criticizing her employer’s response to the pandemic. She has been released, but her imprisonment has had lasting effects on her health and her workplace.
The rice miller said it began its organic paddy project in the province back in 2014 with eight initial communities, which has since risen to 22.
The Japanese embassy said the grant will be used to tackle pollution in all stages of the cycle of plastic: manufacturing, distribution, consumption and disposal.