Save Cambodia’s Wildife organised the Green Night event at Meta House to raise awareness among foreigners and ethnic Khmer of the importance of forests and wildlife. Green Night is meant to promote public awareness of the importance of forests for the future. Save Cambodia’s Wildlife invited partners, participants, and indigenous communities to jointly work to promote and protect forests and wildlife. On the night, the organisation unveiled a book about wildlife in Cambodia, as well as maps related to forestry and a gambling Eco-Game designed to teach players about the environment. The event also showcased other Khmer works, including the screening of a short documentary titled Our Forests, Our Future. Photos by Hong Menea
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