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Cambodia’s schools are the new frontline in the battle against climate change

Students swot up on the environment and tackle resilience projects like tree planting and climate-smart agriculture. Image: Reuters/Samrang Pring

Maria Sargren

George Edgar

Ambassador, Head of European Union Delegation to Cambodia

Nick Beresford

Country Director, UNDP in Cambodia

Julien Chevillard

Trust fund administrator, Cambodia Climate Change Alliance-UNDP

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