Research scientist John Ward talks to VOA Khmer about the future of the Mekong, the effects of climate change, hydropower development and impact on people and environment.
More than 120 ocean conservation projects, including nearly $2 billion in global pledges and commitments, were announced at a major maritime conference in Washington in September. VOA Khmer's Soeurn Vathana narrates.
Online video shows logging tycoon complaining that journalists to whom she was allegedly giving payoffs to keep her activities secret had instead told authorities.
Award-winning photographer Carol M. Highsmith has been taking pictures of America for 35 years -- everything from small family farms to historic landmarks. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.
The World Meteorological Organization says the first half of this year has been the hottest in history -- a sign that global warming is happening faster than expected. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
According to a report by the Global Nature Fund, the Tonle Sap is considered one of world’s the most threatened rivers.
Civil society groups in Cambodia have called for an environmental impact assessment to be carried out before a highway is built leading into the at-risk Areng Valley.
ICC to start focusing on crimes linked to environmental destruction, the illegal exploitation of natural resources and unlawful dispossession of land.
While it's unusual to see farm animals in cities, it's become familiar for residents of Brooklyn, New York, to see a little herd of goats. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
Huge hydropower dams and irrigation systems to power modern farming in the Mekong region have changed humans interact with the river.
In June, President Barack Obama and his family visited some of the most beautiful national parks in the U.S. He talks about the importance of America's "national treasures" and the need to protect them. VOA Khmer's Seoung Sophat narrates.
The Irrawaddy dolphin is not just a tourist attraction for people living along Cambodia's Mekong River, it is a part of their heritage. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.