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Kingdom blazes trail in carbon trading

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Vandy Rattana

Clouds move in over Phnom Penh's Boeung Keng Kang district as the capital continues to be lashed by rain. Extreme weather patterns are often cited by environmentalists as evidence of global warming and justification for the rapidly-expanding carbon trading market, on which the Kingdom is trying to cash in.

A coalition of environmentally friendly organisations is learning to cash in by selling carbon credits on the international market

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