The National Council for Sustainable Development, launches the Biodiversity Finance Initiative project for Cambodia.
The Environment Ministry urges people to preserve the Kingdom’s biodiversity.
“Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history,” warns a report on biodiversity, drafted for the United Nations (UN) by a group of 145 experts from across the world.
Throwing away food that could still be eaten isn’t just a waste of money, it also costs precious resources, hurts the climate, threatens biodiversity and can contaminate our soil with microplastics.
Cambodia is rich in water resources for agricultural production and biodiversity. The presence of Mekong river, Tonlé Sap and Tonlé Bassac contributes in the economic and social progress in the Kingdom.
A protected area of over 100 hectares in Ratanakkiri to be set.
The USAID awarded $21 million to Tetra Tech company for a five-year contract to improve biodiversity conservation and strengthen sustainable development.
The Asian Peasant Coalition has strongly condemned the intensifying repression and land grabbing by a Chinese company.
A marine park will be created in Preah Sihanouk to protect natural resources.
The Environment Ministry is to request the creation of six new protected areas to safeguard biodiversity and boost conservation.