The krama is one of those traditional pieces of cloth, the tradition in this case being Cambodian, which to its culture represents more than just an ordinary clothing item. Worn by locals of virtually all ages and backgrounds, and applicable to

Energy, whether it be in regard to poverty or transition, is essential to human life and society, naturally putting it at the forefront of the news.  The United Nations launched the Sustainable Energy for All initiative in 2012 (SE4 all); in

The sounds of monks chanting waft through my bedroom window, and welcome me to another humid Cambodian morning. The street below is already humming with activity, as women preparing rice soup for breakfast clang pots and call to their children

 In 2015, after the largest consultation process in the history of the United Nations, 193 nations agreed to a framework of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to vanquish poverty and create a more equitable, sustainable, eco-conscious world; each goal is

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