Environment & Energy


Guideline for Implementation of the Disaster Data Reporting Forms

Cambodia is prone to natural and human-induced disasters, including flood, drought, typhoon, lightening, river bank erosion, fire and epidemics. As a result of climate change, these disasters have become more frequent, especially in the 21st century, as seen by floods in 2011, drought in 2012,more


Cambodia Disaster Loss and Damage Analysis Report 1996 - 2013

Cambodia is prone to a number of natural disasters including flood, lightening, drought, fire, storm, epidemics, pest outbreak and river bank collapse. Yet little was known about the impact of disasters at national and sub-national levels due to a lack of systematic organization and collection ofmore


Cambodia climate change strategic plan 2014 – 2023

Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan 2014-2023 is the first-ever strategic paper to fight climate change in Cambodia in the next 10 years. The CCCSP covers 8 strategic objectives below: 1. Promote climate resilience through improving food, water and energy security, 2. Reduce vulnerability ofmore


CCBAP Case Study Report

The objective of the case study report is to show two successful examples of community based adaptation project of the Small Grants Programme in Cambodia. They demonstrate good practices and lessons learnt on the measures that were taken to enhance community resilience to climate risks such floodsmore


CCBAP Annual Report 2012

The overall objective of CCBAP is to improve community based adaptation and climate resilience in vulnerable community in flood/drought prone provinces of Cambodia. So far, the programme has supported 380 communities in flood and drought prone areas to develop basic community-based adaptationmore


NAPA Project Annual Report 2012

The NAPA project offers adaptation options to improve farmers’ livelihoods that later raise their capacity to cope with climate change impacts. In 2012, more than a thousand farmers in target areas received knowledge and practices on resilient farming techniques, for example rice seed purification,more


Cambodia Climate Change Alliance Annual Report 2012

The CCCA programme has seen some major developments in 2012, including significant progress on the development of the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (CCCSP) and related sector strategic plans, which are now available in draft form and are going through a consultation process expected to bemore


Case study - Tmatboey Ecotourism

Local and indigenous communities across the world are advancing innovative sustainable development solutions that work for people and for nature. Few publications or case studies tell the full story of how such initiatives evolve, the breadth of their impacts, or how they change over time. Fewermore


Case study - Monks Community Forest

Monks Community Forest is an 18,261 ha evergreen forest in northwest Cambodia. In response to widespread deforestation, the monks of Samraong Pagoda acquired legal protection of the forest, established patrol teams, demarcated the Forest’s boundaries, and raised environmental awareness among localmore


Livelihood Recovery Needs Assessment - Cambodia 2011 Floods

In the last quarter of 2011, a combination of successive typhoons and heavier-than-average monsoon rains caused extensive flooding across Cambodia. The National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM) reported that some 354,217 households, or 1.77 million people in 18 of the country’s 24more

OUR WORK - Environment & Energy

Responding to the emerging challenges posed by climate change and degradation of natural resources, UNDP’s support focuses on: 1) development of climate change policies and financing mechanisms; 2) pro-poor sustainable forest management and REDD+; and 3) community resilience to climate risks and disasters.