Cambodian workers are arrested over suspected cutting down trees in a Thai forest.
PM directs to continue the crack down on illegal logging.
The Culture and Fine Arts Ministry says there are still challenges the ministry has to address in order to protect the Kingdom’s culture and heritage sites, despite the work it manage to complete last year.
THE Prey Lang Network claims its patrols have found illegal logging is still rampant.
A police officer who attempted to thwart an illegal logging crackdown will go to court.
The Khmer Times of November 27 contained an article by Raoul Jennar entitled “EU promotes laundering of Cambodian wood”, whose contents significantly misrepresent the position of the European Union.
Many reports provide clear indications that Vietnamese companies have been shelling out millions in bribes for logs cut from national parks and community areas in Cambodia.
Four suspects are jailed for illegally harvesting luxury timber from a protected forest in Mondulkiri province’s Koh Nhek.
Indigenous people in Mondulkiri province’s Keo Seima district yesterday expressed concern over logging activities in the Phnom Prich Wildlife Sanctuary, which they claim is allowed by some commune authorities.
Mondulkiri Governor Svay Sam Eang leads a taskforce to inspect private companies operating nearby protected forests.
World Wide Fund for Nature urges conservation groups to protect elephants.
The World Wide Fund for Nature in Cambodia urges the government to crack down on wildlife trapping and illegal logging.
The Ministry of Agriculture says that land grabbing still continues to threaten forests.
Police investigate illegal logging on Angkor Archaeological Park grounds.
Eight environmental organisations ask to take immediate action against loggers.
Court officials and the police deport ten Vietnamese nationals after the men were arrested for allegedly illegal logging.
Government temporarily suspends the transport of timber and forest by-products harvested from the Lower Sesan II dam.
Cambodian embassies intervened in the repatriation of 11 Cambodians from abroad.
Two Cambodians and a Thai national were arrested by Thai soldiers on Tuesday night for illegal logging and transporting rosewood over the border to Cambodia’s Oddar Meanchey province.
Thai authorities have deported two Cambodians who were imprisoned last year over illegal logging.
The three conservationists shot dead in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary agreed to accept a bribe, but still reported the incident.
A logging company signs a contract to cease operations within a social land concession.
Four Cambodians are repatriated after serving two years in a Thai prison for illegally logging luxury wood.
Eight Cambodian prisoners are released from Thailand after prison for illegal crossing.
Eight Cambodian prisoners were released from Thailand’s Sisaket provincial prison after being jailed for illegal crossing the border for logging.
Police in Kampong Speu arrests four men for cutting down trees belonging to a local community in Damnak Raing commune.
Three Cambodians were arrested in Thailand after they were caught logging rosewood.
Ratanakkiri Court charges four Vietnamese over illegal entry.
Four Vietnamese nationals were arrested in Ratanakkiri province for illegal logging along the border with Vietnam.
More than 80 Cambodians were arrested in Thailand trying to enter the prohibited Thap Lan National Park for logging.