Will Cambodia Commit to Protecting Its Forests?
By Nith Kosal
Over the past two decades, Cambodia has lost 28 percent of its tree cover. Inaction will mean further losses.
Grassroots Activists Work to Save Remaining Cardamom Mountains Rainforest
By Joe Patchett
The burden of safeguarding the region's rich resources falls on local environmental groups and a small number of park rangers.
Logging Accelerates in Cambodia’s Prey Lang Sanctuary
By Sebastian Strangio
The pace of deforestation has increased in line with the government's clampdown on environmental defenders.
Who Cares About Kaavan?
By David Hutt
A feel-good story about an elephant has distracted attention from the dire state of the environment in Cambodia.
The State of Human Security in Cambodia
By Pascale Hunt
Questioning the success of the UN’s peacebuilding blueprint.
Sylvain Vogel’s World of Extreme Linguistics
By Peter Maguire
A French linguist's quest to document the dying language of Cambodia's Bunong people.
The Difficult Discussion on Cambodia’s Forests
By Tyler Roney
Cambodia did not take kindly to satellite images from NASA showing the extent of deforestation.
How Politics Is Killing Cambodia's Forests
By Abu SMG Kibria
Political and economic calculations in Cambodia, China, and Vietnam are contributing to widespread illegal logging.
The Cambodian Tarantula Hunters
By Juliette Rousselot and Omar Havana
An important local tradition is under threat.