ALERT! Massive Chinese Dam Threatens Cambodia's Cardamon Rainforests
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TAKE ACTION to ensure Cambodia's Cardamom rainforests remain standing:
The Areng Valley in the Cardamom Mountains of south-west Cambodia is threatened with flooding by a Chinese hydropower dam. This biodiversity gem - home of the Siamese crocodile and indigenous Khmer Daeum - is to be destroyed for a relatively small amount of electricity. Standing large, connected, and ecologically intact old-growth forests are required for local and global ecological sustainability and well-being.
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