Students apply science to make an environmental difference in Cambodia

Siem Reap – From looking at religious merit release practices in and around Siem Reap, to exploring “pet culture” and animal welfare in households, to investigating the effects of noise pollution on a vulnerable bat population, students at The School for Field Studies in Cambodia are doing more than just studying abroad.

These students are investigating environmental concerns that face Cambodian communities today with hopes that their research can help inform environmental policy and action in the future. Through their programs, SFS is training students to do community-relevant research – that is, research that can make a difference.

In full: https://news.medill.northwestern.edu/chicago/students-apply-science-to-make-an-environmental-difference-in-cambodia/

© 2019, Medill Reports. All rights reserved.