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New Integrated Forest Observatory System, March 2021

A new Integrated Forest Observatory System has been created to enhance the monitoring af the Prey Lang Forest area and to create a better overview. In the system – for the time being – you can see community patrol data, with access to photos and categorization, info about the Economic Land concessions of Cambodia plus … Read More

No charges against five forest activists nabbed in Prey Lang

The Kratie Provincial Court on February 8 released five detained forest activists who had been arrested on February 5 for illegally trespassing in a protected area, according to deputy prosecutor Sor Vuthy. The five forest activists are Ouch Leng, Heng Sros, Man Mat, Heng Ron and Tang Cheang. Leng was the winner of the 2016 … Read More

Ministry says forest activists sent to court for trespassing

The Ministry of Environment has clarified that the five activists who were arrested by environmental officials in Kratie province on February 5 had illegally entered the Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary located there. They were sent to Kratie Provincial Court for further legal action on February 7. The five forest activists included 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize … Read More

Prey Lang Community Network becomes 2020’s Landscape Hero

Prey Lang Community Network (PLCN)Β has just won the Global Landscapes Forum’s prestigious 2020Β Landscape HeroΒ title – an award that seeks to celebrate the important work of unsung grassroots activists taking a stand for the landscapes they live in and love. The Cambodian community conservation group was selected by an expert panel from over 80 inspirational submissions … Read More

Prey Lang documentary wins awards, draws ministry’s criticism

A documentary film titledΒ Cambodia BurningΒ produced by the Prey Lang Community Network (PLCN) won two awards – β€œEarth Photo 2020” and β€œDrone Photo 2020” – from the US-based Pulitzer Centre. The film, which has drawn criticism from a senior Ministry of Environment official, was photographed and produced by Sean Gallagher of Britain early this year as … Read More

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Equator Initiative Case Studies – Prey Lang Community Network

Working to protect a 500,000-hectare forest in the Cambodian lowlands – the largest primary lowland evergreen forest remaining in the country – Prey Lang Community Network is an alliance of indigenous Kuy communities that is using communications technologies to document forest crime. Since 2007, the network has advocated against illegal logging and large-scale, government-sanctioned land … Read More

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