With 0.2 percent of the world’s population, Cambodia accounts for negligible percentage of global emission. Yet, Cambodia faces immediate threats to its agricultural production and food security from climate changes as rainfall and temperature fluctuation lead to lack of water, according to the UN’s report. Natural disasters and high temperature fluctuation which have rarely taken place become more serious and more frequent, in which allow the vector-borne diseases such as malaria took many Cambodian lives.
Therefore, fighting climate change is a big challenge of the present time. The combat against climate change is not solely the responsibility of the government or an individual institution, but together as a country. With this belief, mobilizing people and raising the public awareness on climate change was one of the main activities that the Cambodian Center for Independent media has exerted efforts during the nine-month project it has implemented with funding from the Bilateral Fund Programme of the British Embassy of Cambodia.
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