Rural poor at risk from climate change, says report

IRIN: Building local resilience will prove key to better addressing the effects of climate change in Cambodia, this year's Cambodia Human Development Report (CHDR) states. "Local action and local solutions are what is needed most," Tin Ponlok, deputy director-general of climate change for the Cambodian Ministry of Environment, told IRIN. "This is where we can make the most difference." Released on 30 August, the report, Building Resilience: The Future for Rural Livelihoods in the Face of Climate......

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