Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary is the largest lowland evergreen forest in mainland South East Asia, Cambodia’s largest protected area, and recognized as one of the most biodiverse forests in the country. Over 250,000 people live in and around the sanctuary and almost all rely directly on this nature for subsistence and livelihoods. However this vital forest is under significant pressure from human activity.
Conservation International have been researching Prey Lang since 2005 and are now working directly with communities, the private sector and government to improve law enforcement, establish sustainable livelihoods, and implement sustainable financing solutions based on forest carbon.
Learn more at www.conservation.org/preylang