- 24 June 2013
- The Phnom Penh Post
- Agriculture and fishing / Environment and natural resources / Fishing, fisheries and aquaculture / Forest products / Forests and forestry / Land / Logging and timber / Marine and coastal areas / Water resources
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The Fisheries Administration and the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) on Friday officially launched a program to protect Cambodia’s coastline from over-fishing, erosion and other damage to coastal environments and livelihoods. Since the beginning of the year, the program has been training local officials ...
- 14 May 2013
- The Phnom Penh Post
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- Australian aid / charcoal / Chinese aid / deforestation / ecotourism / Forest / France / German aid / Koh Kong / kratie / Kratie Province / mangrove forests / mangrove trees / Mangroves / Mekong river / Minister of Tourism Thong Khon / Ministry of Tourism / Netherlands / Peam Krasorb commune chief / Peam Krasorb community / Phnom Penh / Sacombank / Sambo district / Sandan commune / Sok Raksmey / Sophiya / Sophiya Travel and Tour Company / South Korean aid / Switzer / the United Kingdom / Thong Khon / Tourism / United States aid / Yem Yan
Koh Kong province’s mangrove forests have changed from being a source of charcoal to serving tourists who help to protect their biodiversity. The forests have now become a popular destination for Cambodian tourists. Yem Yan, Peam Krasorb commune chief in Koh Kong, said gradually visitors ...