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

Students hold up plastic flowers and Cambodian flags during celebrations marking the country's independence from France in central Phnom Penh.

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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