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Understanding Cambodia: Environmental

This guide provides useful information and links to resources on Cambodia.

At A Glance



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How is Cambodia taking action to prepare for climate change? One of the ways is by strengthening the collection of climate information and early warning systems, as well as putting information into the hands of farmers.

Cambodia has become a nation addicted to plastic. In this video, one of our excellent activists shows the extent of this plastic crisis and shares some simple tips on how we can all reduce our plastic usage.


This section explores the environmental aspects in Cambodia.

In rural Cambodia, extreme weather events driven by climate change have taken lives and damaged livelihoods. Therefore, the Cambodian Government is strengthening climate information and early warning systems, building resilience and preparing for the future. Let's find out from this video.


Illegal deforestation is an important source of income for the village of Mondul Yorn in Cambodia. In this video, "Save Cambodia's Wildlife" have created alternatives: agricultural projects, backpacking and ecotourism now promote environmental protections and raise awareness for sustainability.

Cambodia’s Coconut School encourages green, clean future is the creation and passion project of Ouk Vanday, who gave up his normal working life to begin a project not only to educate children, but also to inspire real change in his country.

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