Tag: Cambodia

PhD opportunity!

A new PhD project with FFI Cambodia, exploring the roles played by local communities in protected area law enforcement

Improving Environmental Interventions by Understanding Information Flows

Understanding the structure of information flow in a group, using tools such as social network analysis, can offer important insights for conservation interventions which aim to change human behaviour. This review introduces conservation researchers and practitioners to key concepts underpinning information flows and complex contagions for interventions targeting networks of individuals.

Stopping wildlife poisoning in Cambodia

In parts of Cambodia, wildlife poisoning occurs as a method of hunting for meat consumption. Changing people's behaviour is a challenge for conservation.

Dteu srok Khmer veng (Back to Cambodia)

An update on Emiel's PhD research as he heads back out to Cambodia.

Harriet’s fieldwork diaries

Catch up with Harriet's video diaries documenting her recent field season in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia

Fieldwork: deeper into the forest

Emiel's latest update about his fieldwork and all the challenges of surveying households in rural Cambodia.

Fieldwork: Getting stuck in

Emiel describes the first phase of his PhD fieldwork: a survey of ten villages, spread across two protected areas in Cambodia’s Preah Vihear province