In the name of sustainability, Cambodia risks its ‘final frontier’ of biodiversity

Vines, wrapped around the charred skeleton of a logging truck, seem to drag it deeper into the wilderness, with monsoonal rains having rusted the blackened vehicle.

Down an old logging trail, I follow rangers as they conduct a biodiversity survey in the protected area, much of which is unexplored.

This is Cambodia’s Virachey National Park, one of the last remaining areas of relatively untouched natural beauty in the fast-developing Mekong Region.

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