According to Forest News, Cambodia loses about 208,000 hectares of forest every year from logging. Now some local residents who rely on the forest to make their living are fighting back and asking for help. VOA’s Kevin Enochs reports.
Angola's Luanda Province, home of the nation's capital, is surrounded by water. But many of its inhabitants still don't have access to clean water. VOA Khmer's Sou Pichchinda narrates.
Dozens of Cambodian youths are coming together to raise public awareness about the environmental threats facing the life-giving river.
Puerto Rico has yet to recover form Hurricane Maria which struck the Caribbean island in September 2017. VOA Khmer's Seourn Vathana narrates.
Phnom Penh residents and businesses have complained for weeks about the worst power shortages in years, but one group has reaped the benefits: generator sellers.
Agriculture experts, however, say climate change is putting Cambodia’s rice harvest at ever great risk of floods and drought.
Small donkeys, often called burros in Arizona, may look cute, but they are a big problem for locals both people and animals. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.
At least 49 people reportedly died after the dam burst and many have since suffered physical and mental health.
The loggers were reportedly detained on land in the province’s Taveng district controlled by Noupheap Sophy Investment, a firm with links to a number of high-profile officials.
The Cambodian government last week announced an 80-megawatt hydropower dam on the Anlong Krouch river, which flows to the town of Pursat.
As climate change heats up, we can expect more extreme weather events, more hurricanes, and droughts over time. VOA Khmer's Seourn Vathana narrates.
The activists and communities in Prey Lang rely on the forest to support their livelihoods and fear that continued encroachment on the woodland will further deplete their income.