Understanding of Climate Change Sketchy, But Concern Real

Inter Press Service: The rains were kind to Cambodian farmer Tep Van last year, when the monsoon season doused his land with enough water to soak his fields and grow his precious rice crop. But he’s not sure he can count on the same luck this year. "In the past, we didn’t have to worry about the weather," Van said, standing beside his field several kilometres outside the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh. "But lately, it’s been a big problem." A few seasons ago, the rains were scarce. His parched crop withered without......

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