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China’s new stance against supporting coal abroad can move Cambodia towards a clean energy future, writes Bridget McIntosh of EnergyLab Cambodia.
Within a protected area covered by a patchwork of plantations, Cambodian officials are making space for yet another industrial zone, and a new coal-fired power plant
By definition, special economic zones are not green. Yet Cambodia, now overrun by foreign-financed SEZs, is trying to rewrite the concept. Success remains elusive.
Villagers who had to leave homes flooded in 2017 by the Lower Sesan 2 dam have seen their culture and livelihoods eroded.
Ream National Park was once meant to be a model of sustainable ecotourism, but powerful business interests have other plans for the richly diverse beauty spot.
The use and construction of dams on the Mekong will determine the future of Southeast Asia’s largest lake.
People are still awaiting compensation a decade after the $3.8 billion Dara Sakor project started in Cambodia’s largest national park.
Cambodia has turned to solar to meet its energy shortage, but it’s not quite ready to give up fossil fuels.
As it cleans up at home, China is exporting coal power equipment and carbon emissions
Cambodia is urbanising fast with China’s help but the gulf between rich and poor is widening.