Environment Education activities – November 2018

Provided Flipchart training to 88 (35 female) teachers from Brambie Moum and Pumin core schools in Kampong Speu province. Raised awareness on wildlife and habitat conservation to 736 (331 female) students in 4 schools in Kampong Speu as bellow: [...]

All birds were exposed in the sun and chained by their legs in order to attract a crowd

The Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT) received a phone call on the Wildlife Crime Hotline from some concerned locals about wild birds being kept in the sun, in front of a coffee shop in Phnom Penh (Coffee Time). The [...]

Biodiversity Impact Assessment Workshop for Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project

A workshop was held in Phnom Penh on 31st October and 1st November 2017 to conduct the Biodiversity Impact Assessment for the Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project based on the CCB Guidelines. A total of 20 participants were involved representing [...]

Want bear soup?

High level golfers would like to serve bear paw soup after golf tournaments, as a sign of status. That is, if you live in Southeast Asia. I helped eradicate this practice in Cambodia 15 years ago after I found live [...]

Up to $7 Million in Rhino Horn Seized at Airport

A Chinese woman carrying 35 kg of cut rhinoceros horns valued up to $7 million was arrested on Tuesday,  at Phnom Penh International Airport.  This is the 17th case of black market trafficking in African rhino horn and elephant ivory [...]

Firewood Is Not Innocent

I would like to share with you a big problem that I am fighting in my forest protection job. A powerful illegal logging ring is wiping out the protected forest on the northeast. It is similar to guerrilla warfare: our [...]

Students Draw Attention to Wildlife Trafficking at School Event

The International School of Phnom Penh’s Grade 5 class hosted their annual PYP Exhibition on March 22-23 and it was amazing! Wildlife trafficking has become a hot topic among the students and was featured prominently in this year’s expo. Several [...]