He dedicated the award to his countrymen who are fighting to preserve Cambodia’s remaining forests in the face of rampant illegal logging and damaging government policies.
One hundred years ago, some of the most beautiful and pristine landscapes in America were at risk of being destroyed by ranchers, developers and loggers. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
According to the United Nations, the global demand for water is expected to rise by 400 percent by 2050.
Up to 70 million people live a hand-to-mouth existence along the banks of the Mekong River, including many indigenous tribes.
In January and February alone, Jinghong power station in Yunnan province released 2.3 billion cubic meters of water.
Some 75 percent of Cambodia’s women are employed in agriculture, according to the World Bank.
A growing number of consumers is becoming more health conscious about eating.
Four billion people or two out of every three on the planet do not have enough water to meet their basic needs. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
Ven Vorn has been detained since October 2015, in what rights advocates say has been delayed adjudication.
Recent years have already seen hotter weather and more irregular rainfall in Cambodia, which is predicted to be badly hit when global temperatures change further.
The combs and honey are rich sources of food, and their wax is used in pagodas and places without electricity.
Number far higher than previous reports show; scarcity fueled by population growth, consumption habits and demands from agriculture