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    19 June 2014
    Conservation International, an environmental organization, has recently finished a film titled “Field Chronicles Tonle Sap: Securing Food for Millions.” In it, the organization discusses ways to ensure food security in Southeast Asia’s largest lake. Peter Stonier, the group’s senior director of visual storytelling, tells VOA Khmer's Soeung Sophat in Washington that solving the problem of increasing fish decline requires working from the villages and all the way to the regional level. He says Cambodia can achieve a balance between food security and energy security and should learn from the environmental lessons of the fall of the ancient civilization of Angkor. (Soeung Sophat, Washington)

    Film Explores Ways To Save the Tonle Sap’s Fish

    Published 19.06.2014

    Conservation International, an environmental organization, has recently finished a film titled “Field Chronicles Tonle Sap: Securing Food for Millions.” In it, the organization discusses ways to ensure food security in Southeast Asia’s largest lake. Peter Stonier, the group’s senior director of visual storytelling, tells VOA Khmer's Soeung Sophat in Washington that solving the problem of increasing fish decline requires working from the villages and all the way to the regional level. He says Cambodia can achieve a balance between food security and energy security and should learn from the environmental lessons of the fall of the ancient civilization of Angkor. (Soeung Sophat, Washington)


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