In our recent shows, we revealed the issue of biodiversity and flora in particular. To complete this issue, we bring you an added feature on fauna: how are the cambodian animals being researched and named ?
So far, most of the country's energy is provided through generators. Hydro-electricity is now also being developed. Critics contend this new source of energycan damage the envirnment but on the long run may redice CO2 emmissions. But are other alternative energies likely to help reduce the impact of energy production on the environment ? Cost remains a major issue concerning the users.
Much of the existing research about the local flora and fauna was generated under the French rule of Indochina. While neighbouring countries have since registered a high number of species, how does Cambodia fare in its bid to enlist the species that breed in the Kingdom ? We are very proud to bring you the views of a world expert in studio.
The country is facing a growing threat of losing quality soil. Large rivers flow through the country, taking a natural toll on soil quality upstream. But the natural factors are also precipitated by human intervention: logging and bad farming practices raise the risk of desertification.