• Musical frog (Leptolalax-melicus) © NT
    Musical frog (Leptolalax-melicus) © NT
  • Green bush frog (Chiromantis samkosensis) © JH
    Green bush frog (Chiromantis samkosensis) © JH
  • Gecko (Cnemaspis neangthyi) © LLG
    Gecko (Cnemaspis neangthyi) © LLG
  • Black caecilian (Ichthyophis cardamomensis) © NT
    Black caecilian (Ichthyophis cardamomensis) © NT
  • Dalai legless lizard (Dibamus dalaiensis) © NT
    Dalai legless lizard (Dibamus dalaiensis) © NT
  • Kampuchea kukri snake (Oligodon kampucheaensis) © NT
    Kampuchea kukri snake (Oligodon kampucheaensis) © NT
  • Zoovictoria’s wolf snake (Lycodon zoovictoriae) © NT
    Zoovictoria’s wolf snake (Lycodon zoovictoriae) © NT
  • Lumnitzera coccinea © Khou Eanghourt
    Lumnitzera coccinea © Khou Eanghourt
  • Ploiarium alternifolium © Khou Eanghourt
    Ploiarium alternifolium © Khou Eanghourt
  • Greem peafowl © WCS
    Greem peafowl © WCS
  • Lesser adjutant © WCS
    Lesser adjutant © WCS
  • Red jungle fowl © WCS
    Red jungle fowl © WCS
  • White winged duck © WCS
    White winged duck © WCS
  • White rumped and Red headed vulrure © WCS
    White rumped and Red headed vulrure © WCS

International Day for Biological Diversity 22nd May 2020 " Our Solutions Are in Nature"

On 22nd May 2020, Department of Biodiversity of General Secretariat of the National Council for Sustainable Development/Ministry of Environment of Cambodia is running a communication campaign to celebrate the International Day for Biological Diversity, 22nd May, under the theme "Our solutions are in nature", through social media, TV and posters. In response to this year's theme, three key topics are selected for panel discussions such as 1) Biodiversity-related Collaboration and Policy DevelopmentBiodiversity-related Collaboration and Policy Development, 2) Financial Innovation for Biodiversity Conservation (ex: PES) and 3) Education and Environment Information Dissemination, Community Participation, and the Importance of Eco-tourism in Biodiversity Conservation.

 

 

 

Welcome to Cambodia Clearing House Mechanism

As a Party State to the United Nation Convention on Biological Diversity (UN-CBD), especially under the Article 18(3), the Kingdom of Cambodia is required to set up and operate Cambodia Clearing House Mechanism. Like other Clearing House Mechanisms in relation with United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UN-CCD) and United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Cambodia Clearing House Mechanism of CBD plays a crucial role in promoting and facilitating scientific and technical cooperation and exchange of information among all stakeholders.

This on-line data center which contains UN-CBD related documents, events, decisions, policies and legislation is expected to significantly contribute to realization of the three objectives of the Convention: the conservation of biological diversity, the sustainable use of its components and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the use of genetic resources.

In addition, it would serve as an information hub for the public, researchers and academic people.

 

 

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