Organic has been a buzz word bandied around the West for decades, and now the trend has spread its green fingers to Cambodia as more farmers become equipped to cater to the increasing global need. By Marissa Carruthers
Biogas is becoming an increasingly popular option for generating clean, renewable energy and promoting rural development in Cambodia and Vietnam. But with growing business potential, burgeoning companies will have to pick up the pace to keep up with demand.
The phrases climate change, going green and eco-friendly have been flung around the developed world for decades, but it’s only in recent years that more developing countries have been catching on. Cambodia is one country that is leading the way.
2015 is a big year for the climate change agenda. In December, negotiators will descend upon Paris to sign a new universal and legally binding treaty to tackle the issue. Yet as oil apologists and environmental campaigners dispute the impact of greenhouse gas emissions, business people are seizing the advantage of government subsidies to profit…