Impacts Of Climate Change In Cambodia

I started a conversation on Facebook about the movie called 2012. A lot of different comments came up. I believed it is important for us to start to think about the problem of climate change.

I watched the movie, as many people feel about this movie, we should go more further into the real problem of climate change. The movie show only the consequences. We need to understand why a lot of bad things happen today and how to prevent and save the planet.

People asks do you believe that what happen in the movie 2012 can become true?

The important of the movie is to show if we don’t do anything today, this kind of thing would happen!

I looked at Cambodia Climate Change Office, reading their latest updated documents since Jan 2008.

What is our plans for Climate change in Cambodia?

I believed the climate change office is very busy in doing the research and preventions for the near future.

We all can involved with power saving and save the planet. For example 1 hour without electricity. We all can do that ! Have you done that since so far? Maybe not.

But will you ?

បើ​លោក​អ្នក​ពេញ​ចិត្តអត្ថបទ​នេះ សូម​ជួយ​ចុច LIKE ដើម្បី​ផ្សព្វ​ផ្សាយ​បន្ត!



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  1. Bayon05 says

    Last year on Earth Day, my family actually decided to go an hour without electricity. Though it may be easier for some, I was personally surprised with the urge to get on the computer. A part of us felt that an hour was insignificant and pointless, but if others decided to do this as well, then it would probably be more beneficial than we had imagined. I may not be able to help achieve global awareness, but I will do what I can by continuing to inform my family about the importance of the environment and the dangers of global warming.

  2. says

    Hi Bayon05

    i am really appreciate for your initiative action on the saving the planet. I hope everybody can join and we can save the earth.

    Good day to you and your family.

  3. says

    Hello. I was in Cambodia in March and I kept a blog about my experience there (I hope to return very soon, although I am in China right now). You linked to one of my entries at one point, which is how I found out about Khmerbird (thank you).

    I was looking over your site this evening, and I’m really glad I found this piece of news. Prior to coming to your country, I worked in the USA to raise awareness about Climate Change. I also worked with the United Nations and with youth from around the world to start an international movement to preserve the climate. To me, and to other young people my age, this is a critical question; after all, we are the ones who will have to deal with the problem in the future.

    As I was in Cambodia, I kept wondering about Climate Change. How will it affect the country? What will happen to the people there, who have already been through so much? I’m glad to know Cambodia has a team dedicated to finding these answers.

    I am sorry–I think my country has a lot more to answer for than yours (in terms of hurting the planet). I also want to say that even though we like to watch movies like 2012, I feel like US citizens believe the world will end in 2012, MORE than they believe they are hurting our planet and can do something to stop it, even something as small as Earth Hour.

    Again, thanks for this entry. Good job!

  4. says

    thank you leesa for this comment, i hope Cambodian and people around the world start to think about the climate change. we need the action now to prevent the consequence of the future.

    i will for sure follow your travel notes. hope to see you again soon in Cambodia.

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