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Promoting Sustainable Aquaculture in Southeast Asia’s Largest Lake

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As his children watch, a man feeds fish in a cage under his home on the Tonle Sap Lake. (© CI/Photo by Adam Keatts) Feed your family today or conserve for tomorrow? This quest Read More

The Cardamom Conundrum: Q&A with CI’s Tim Killeen

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Later this month at Rio+20, world leaders will gather to discuss the future of our planet — a future that must account for the value of nature in order to achieve truly susta Read More

CI Photojournal: Cambodia

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Young boy fishing at sunset on Tonle Sap Lake. (© Kristin Harrison & Jeremy Ginsberg) Last September, newlywed photographers Kristin Harrison and Jeremy Ginsberg left thei Read More

Tonle Sap Visit Finds Little Evidence of Once-Abundant Species

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CI's Les Kaufman shares his latest thoughts from Cambodia. Read More

How Can Cambodia Sustain Its Freshwater ‘Fish Factory’?

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Tonle Sap has been called the beating heart of Cambodia. We want to see it keep beating. Read More

To Sustain Freshwater Resources, Transboundary Cooperation is Key

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This World Water Day, Tracy Farrell takes us inside CI's work in the Greater Mekong region of Southeast Asia. Read More

Protecting One of World’s Largest Freshwater Fisheries, One Village at a Time

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Three million people depend on fish from Cambodia's highly threatened Tonle Sap Lake. Read More

Savings Group Supports Small Business in Cambodian Floating Village

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In a few short months, Sophy has gone from borrowing money to loaning it. Read More

Filming in Cambodia, Part 1: Behind the Scenes with CI’s Video Team

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Learn how the team captures their stunning footage in this three-part series. Read More

Filming in Cambodia, Part 2: Why It’s Hard to Film in a Floating House

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When you're trying to get the perfect shot, things can — and very often do — go wrong. Read More
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