Environmental groups are celebrating efforts to ban what they say is an avalanche of plastic straws polluting the worlds oceans. VOA Khmer's Seourn Vathana narrates.
The Mekong River is home to more than 70 million people.
Starting last month, Chinese fishing vessels are allowed to exploit the open waters off the Somalia coast, following the granting of licenses by Somalia's government in January. VOA Khmer's Seourn Vathana narrates.
Cambodian farmers harvest rice in two seasons: the rainy and dry seasons.
For 30 years the Ocean Conservancy has conducted an ocean clean-up campaign on the world's beaches. They've collected 300 million pounds of garbage, a lot of it plastic. VOA Khmer's Chap Chetra narrates.
The problem with plastics is a well-known refrain by now: it never goes away and far too little of it is being recycled. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
A bridge over a busy interstate highway -- not for cars or pedestrians, but for wildlife -- is under construction in Washington State. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
Aquaculture is the world's fastest growing food industry, and now accounts for over 50 percent of the total global seafood supply, according to the World Economic Forum. VOA Khmer's Sreng Leakhena narrates.
Some 860 families from various indigenous minorities lived for generations near the rivers in northeast Cambodia until a Chinese-backed dam flooded the area.
As climate change raises sea levels, salty ocean water is pushing its way inland. That's ruining valuable farmland around the world. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.
Hun Vannak, a campaigner with environmental NGO Mother Nature, was imprisoned after challenging a well-connected company.
Panel attacks myth of sustainable hydropower after the catastrophic collapse of an auxiliary dam in southern Laos