Mondulkiri province is known as a good place to trek, where wildlife and waterfalls make for good scenery, amid forested mountains of red clay, and where indigenous hill tribes still live a traditional way of life.
At least seven different indigenous groups in Ratanakiri depend mainly on forest products for their survival, say they face loss of their land, traditional way of life.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says issue should be solved only by nations directly affected by the disputes - as Philippines, Vietnam seek multi-lateral approach.
Catch shares set a maximum amount of fish that can be caught in a region, then divide the allowed catch among fishermen.
Indigenous communities in Ratanakiri province say the government’s economic land concession policy is taking away their land and traditional way of life.
Air quality is a problem every year caused by excessive field-burning in the region during the dry season - though this year’s smoke arrived early.
Video by former state media investigative journalist about smog’s health impact comes days before country hosts top level meetings in Beijing.
Alex Gonzalez-Davidson says he holds little hope the government will refrain from building a hydroelectric dam in the Areng Valley of Koh Kong province.
The book, Transitioning Cambodia, is ‘a historical documentation’ of contemporary change in Cambodia. Photographer Nicholas Axelrod is a founding member of Ruom, a visual journalist collective in Cambodia.
Pollution from fires in nearby countries raise question: What rights does a nation have when other countries make decisions that harm it?
Laos wants dam for economic development, but fishermen, civil society groups, communities in countries all along Mekong River oppose project.
A Lao dam project on a section of the Mekong River is drawing opposition from local fishermen, international environmental groups and neighboring countries. VOA's Say Mony visited the region to investigate the concerns.