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A visit to Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Biodiversity Reserve marks the EU’s #ForOurPlanet campaign

2024-02-01T08:50+0100eeas (en)

As part of the European Union’s global #ForOurPlanet campaign to promote environmental sustainability, the EU Delegation to Cambodia, together with embassies of EU Member States (Germany, France, Hungary), have organized a field visit to the Tonle Sap Biodiversity reserve on 30-31 January. The visit was led by the H.

Exploring conservation efforts at Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve

2024-01-31T20:53+0100khmertimes (en)

Championed by Minister of Environment Eang Sophalleth, along with the participation of EU Ambassador Igor Driesmans and German Ambassador Stefan Messerer, the visit delved into the realms of biodiversity conservation, forestry protection and environmental sustainability.

ASEAN REGION GRAPPLES WITH 28 DISASTERS IN FOURTH WEEK OF 2024

2024-01-30T06:53+0100bernama (en)

JAKARTA, Jan 30 (Bernama) -- The ASEAN region experienced 28 disasters in the fourth week of 2024, including floods, landslides, and wind-related incidents. These calamities notably affected Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand , according to the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management (AHA Centre).

Mole-like existence

2024-01-22T23:18+0100BangkokPost (en)

Re: "Dark skies on agenda as haze hits early", (BP, Jan 6). Bangkok is weary of bracing again for relentless pollution surges that are also exacerbated by gas from City Hall, where the causes are already very well known. No effective relief measures are ever taken except for advice to adopt a....

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