Environment Ministry calls people to participate in efforts to clean up the capital.
Environment Ministry launches the Phnom Penh Sustainable City Plan 2018-2030.
Phnom Penh has been suffering from one of the worst waste problems in the region, and it is not unusual to run into piles of garbage in places all over the city. Yet, the issue is especially bad along the sewage canals in Boeung Trabek.
NagaWorld planted 400 trees on the premises of selected schools in Kampot.
The Apsara Authority has banned visitors from eating food in the World-heritage temple complex.
The Environment Ministry declares Ou’Raing Ov district as a model of a clean district.
Cintri has apologised to the public over the disruption of garbage collection since December 26.
Most people simply ignore garbage collectors or street cleaners, dismissing them as people paid for doing a dirty job; few realise these hard-working labourers are doing a vital job to help keep the city clean for low wages.
The Ministry of Environment and the initiators of last year’s Phnom Penh Sa-at campaign (Sa-at is Khmer for clean, beautiful) got together last week to kick off the Phnom Penh Sa-at Campaign 2018.
The Tourism Ministry is looking for the cleanest public restroom in Cambodia to be the country’s candidate for next year’s Asean Public Toilet Award.
Some communities in Phnom Penh yesterday marked World Habitat Day and cleaned up their environments, with some urging authorities to provide better facilities, including more trash bins to solve their sanitation problems.
o Green is a mobile application that allows you to help solve environmental issues in your own country through everyday activities.
7 cities are honored in the second edition of the country’s Clean City Contest.
The government sets February 27 as annual National Clean City Day to remind people to care for the country’s urban areas.
Siem Reap is littered with trash and local young people have had enough.