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Coastal Calculations: Cook Islands Story from 'Voices of Impact'

Stories from 25 years of environmental innovation for sustainable development

Storytelling is part of the fabric that holds human societies together – stories connect us to our humanity, providing links to what has been, and a glimpse of what might be to come.

Voices of Impact: Speaking for the Global Commons

Stories from 25 years of environmental innovation for sustainable development

Storytelling is part of the fabric that holds human societies together – stories connect us to our humanity, providing links to what has been, and a glimpse of what might be to come.

Knowledge is our Strength - BiH Story from 'Voices of Impact'

Stories from 25 years of environmental innovation for sustainable development

Storytelling is part of the fabric that holds human societies together – stories connect us to our humanity, providing links to what has been, and a glimpse of what might be to come.

Q&A with Youths on Climate Change

"The roles of youth in combating climate change include: taking part in reforestation, raise awareness on forest management to the community and taking part in the community service," said Sreytouch Kim, member of youth group from Reaksa village, Roka commune, Preah Vihear province during the Q&A session.

Pollination Across Borders - March 2015

Two Projects, One goal - Cambodian and Laotian farmers sharing knowledge on adapting to climate change

It is time for lunch, but the farmers’ study group near the long-yard bean garden are eager to learn. They jot down the formula to make organic pesticide, as well as for fertilisers that spur the growth of healthy food. Their Cambodian host, Ms. Kuy Sameun showed no sign of tiredness either as she, a model integrated farmer, told them all the tricks of organic farming they wanted to know.

In Cambodia, student gardeners get hands-on lessons in climate adaptation - March 2015

Just one month after vegetable seeds were provided to the school director and teachers, Kok Srolao Primary School compound is now lush and green. Packing rice from home, some students and teachers come to school in the early morning to make breakfast with vegetables grown in the schoolyard.

“I’m happy seeing the green vegetable at the compound, the smile of the students, the improvement of their knowledge and skills,” school director Sorn Bundin said.

Woman wins model farming award in Cambodia - March 2015

A Cambodian woman who used to rely on doing odd jobs for a living has become one of the top five winners in the latest round of farming competition organized by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF).

During a ceremony on Thursday, 19 March, the Ministry declared Ms. Roun March, 48, the fifth winner of the “Integrated Farming System” competition and handed her a prize package that included a pumping generator, US$150 and a certificate.

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