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The gov’t is called to increase the budget of protecting the natural resources.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on relevant authorities to continue curbing illegal smuggling of timer across borders and protect natural resources.
Residents in Preah Vihear are asking the government to allow local communities to take part in the management of the Prey Lang
Authorities crack down on more than 330 forestry crimes last year.
More of the billions of tonnes of materials the world uses each year must be recycled and reused to keep climate change in check, researchers said on Tuesday.
A protected area of over 100 hectares in Ratanakkiri to be set.
Swiss NGO HEKS/EPER yesterday announced a five-year strategy that will see nearly $8 million poured into programmes that tackle food security, access to water, good governance, and the cashew nut value chain, among others.
Three ministers will later this month meet to discuss amendments of the forestry law.
The foreign policy of small states is constrained by the size and location of the country and its natural resources and population.
The government has vowed to combat the illegal wildlife trade.
Cambodia vowed to combat illegal wildlife trade and prepared to cooperate with UN members to conserve natural resources, environment minister Say Samal said yesterday.
East Africa is home to some of the largest and deepest lakes in the world. But many of them also mark the borders between countries.
Environment Ministry plans to create an alliance to encourage conservation.
Villagers in Svay Chek plan to protest against a company to protect a mountain.
The government has created a new wildlife sanctuary covering more than 30,000 hectares of land in Oddar Meanchey.
A partnership of four lower-Mekong countries to protect water and natural resources.
EU and WWF launch a $3.4 million project to conserve natural resources in Mondulkiri.
In the last 20 years, rapid economic growth in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) has reduced poverty and brought prosperity to many of its 420 million people.
The Ministry of Tourism aims to form partnerships to boost the protection of natural resources and is looking to set up reserves for wild tigers.