Protecting the Environment in Southeast Asia

The Banteay Chhmar temple in the forests of the Thma Puok District of Cambodia. Photo courtesy of “Tourism Cambodia”

Our Dawson colleague Scott Cameron just posted an interesting commentary about environmental protection efforts in Cambodia.  An excerpt:

“Cambodia is blessed with highly diverse tropical ecosystems, which are home for many threatened and endangered species.  It is also a developing economy, without the strong institutional and legal infrastructure to support conservation that we take for granted in the US.  As a result, Cambodia’s fauna and flora are seriously threatened by poachers.”

A former Deputy Assistant Secretary at the Interior Department, Scott has been a part of our team since last spring.  To read the rest of Scott’s blog, please click here.

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