Cambodian fishermen move their fishing net from the Mekong River as they catch fish at the outskirt of Phnom Penh, file photo.

SIEM REAP—In the Kampong Phluk fishing village on the Tonle Sap lake, home to thousands of families in Siem Reap province, fishermen say their catch this year has been too poor to live on.

Read more: Farmers and Fishermen Warily Eye Changes to Climate


French President Francois Hollande (right) shakes hands with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon during the final session of the COP21 climate change conference in Le Bourget, near Paris, on Saturday. AFP

The Kingdom’s delegates are returning with mixed feelings about the agreement to try and save the planet from catastrophic climate change that was adopted on Saturday at the UN Climate Talks in Paris, known as COP21.

Read more: Mixed feelings over COP21 agreement


Students participate in the ‘Together for Climate’ event on Sunday at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center in Phnom Penh. (Aria Danaparamita/The Cambodia Daily)

On the eve of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, about 140 young people gathered in Phnom Penh on Sunday to discuss the effects of climate change on Cambodia and ways that it can be mitigated.

Read more: Youth Gather to Talk About Climate Change


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