Smoke from burning trash fires swirls around a Cambodian boy as he scavenges a dump on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, file photo.

PHNOM PENH—As world leaders prepare for a major summit on climate change in Paris this December, Cambodian officials say industrialized nations should provide support to lesser developed countries, to offset their contributions to global warming.

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PHNOM PENH (Khmer Times) – Sustainability of a project means ensuring that the project’s goals, activities and benefits continue even after the official completion of the project. Sustainability is central for all development projects, but it is particularly important for climate change adaptation projects. The reason is twofold.

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Final Climate Change Regional Workshop SR June 18 - 20 2015 SP 2

Siem Reap, June 18 – 20, 2015: A three-day Climate Change Regional Workshop, theme “The Intended Nationally Determined Contributions, National Adaptation Plans Process including the Joint Principles for Adaptation, and Loss and Damage”, was conducted and participated by approximately 40 representatives from NGOs around the South East Asia Region. Those countries were Cambodia (members of NGOs Environment and Climate Change Alliance of NGO Forum on Cambodia (NECA/NGOF), Cambodia Climate Change Network (CCCN) and DanChurchAid/ChristianAid (DCA/CA), United Nations Development Programme-Cambodia (UNDP Cambodia), Christian Aid-Philippines, Climate Change Working Group (CCWG-Vietnam), Climate Watch Thailand, Climate Action Network (CAN-International- Malaysia), Sri Lanka and local partners based in Siem Reap.

Read more: NGOs in South East Asia Share Concerns and Seek for Solutions on Climate Change Issue at National...


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