Officials gather on Thursday to discuss the much-awaited law on petroleum.
An elephant dies in Sen Monorom city after its owner did not feed him for nearly a month as punishment for rampaging.
Eight environmental organisations ask to take immediate action against loggers.
A senior Environment official urges to charge customers for plastic bags.
The Wildlife Conservation Society has protected more than 3,800 nests of 11 globally threatened bird species.
2 environmental officials are detained over shooting at a tractor transporting firewood.
Authorities warn of punishing businesses that do not build wastewater treatment basins.
Inclusive and open regionalism has been the driving force for growth in the region and the Greater Mekong Subregion countries must endeavour to ensure that regional initiatives benefit all the GMS member states.
Beijing declares its third major smog alert of 2018, and the second this month.
o Green is a mobile application that allows you to help solve environmental issues in your own country through everyday activities.
Forty concrete posts have been placed at key locations along the boundary of Phnom Tbeng Natural Heritage Park.
Cambodia applauds debt settlement approach with the Czech Republic.
Theresa May withstood new attempts to force concessions on her blueprint for leaving EU.
As the sun sets on the Boeung Sne Conservation Area, birdsong swells over the lake. An egret flies to its nest and other birds take to the air, surprised by visitors in a rowing boat.
The Reeksai and Youth Eco Ambassador organisations joined forces to create the tour operator Der Prey.
The Goldman Environmental Prize winner Ouch Leng, president of the Cambodian Human Rights Task Force, is been awarded the Asia Game Changer Award.
The government and conservationists call for a united effort to protect the river tern bird species whose numbers are dropping.
In a narrow aisle crowded with boisterous shoppers, a small shop owner places an order for plastic bags.
Hun Sen orders Stung Treng authorities and the firms behind the Lower Sesan II to prepare compensation for about 100 families.