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.
Brought together by a desire to aid the environment, 20 students have for the past three years been collaborating on a project to design fashion items out of recycled materials.
New Sala Kamreuk commune chief Chen Sokngeng, talks to Khmer Times.
Economists at the RAND Corporation have spent the past year working out how to demonstrate the social, environmental and economic impact of building resilience.
The Environment Ministry plans to plant 500,000 trees in protected areas.
US President Donald Trump has announced that the United States will no longer participate in the 2015 Paris climate agreement, the landmark United Nations treaty that many of us worked so hard to achieve.
Legend holds that King Canute brought his flatterers to the sea to show them that even a king could not command the ocean waves, that the laws of nature are more powerful than the decrees of men.
A recent forum highlighted a growing concern of Cambodian youth about Cambodia’s largest lowland evergreen forest, Prey Lang, and the impacts of deforestation caused by illegal logging.
About 100 Buddhist monks marched in the capital Monday to protest the cutting of trees in Prey Lang forest, a green belt that still covers much of central Cambodia.
Nearly 100 activists, students and politicians gathered here to discuss ways to curb illegal logging in Prey Lang forest, often considered Cambodia’s largest relatively intact forest.
A move by local authorities to bar visitors from a part of Prey Lang forest in Stung Treng province forced Phnom Penh students to visit other parts of the eastern forest, a green landscape pock marked by illegal logging.
A group of 50 students from Phnom Penh were banned by local provincial authorities Wednesday from visiting a local forest community in Prey Lang forest.