Covering Climate Now
A truck is seen transporting logs in the Prey Lang Forest in Kratie province in early 2019. (Ouch Leng)

New Trails, Satellite Images Point to More Logging Inside Prey Lang

Forestry watchdogs say they have seen increased logging activity in the Prey Lang sanctuary, especially after independent forest patrollers were stopped by authorities from entering, but officials have defended their ban on unregistered forest patrols.

Opinion: Climate Change Is the Story of Our Time

To open a week of global news coverage concentrated on climate change, this message to journalists warrants repeating. Reporters covering the climate crisis must be more than stenographers of tragedy, writes Kyle Pope.

Flood plains in Cambodia (Adelia Ribier/WorldFish)

Q&A: What Is Cambodia’s Climate Future?

We asked four people — including an environmental activist, a sustainable growth advocate and two climate researchers — about Cambodia’s place in the climate conundrum. Here’s what they told us.

Salt lays out to dry in a greenhouse at Thaung Trading Company's processing laboratory in Kampot province in September 2019. (Danielle Keeton-Olsen/VOD)

Unpredictable Seasons Put Cambodia’s Salt on Shaky Ground

Salt has been a staple of Cambodia’s coastal economy for a thousand years, but changing weather patterns and rising sea levels — attributed to global warming and the fluctuations in seasons that result — are making the future of the industry less certain.