“Camera traps have been smashed and stolen. We have caught hunting dogs. A logging gang started to build a road through the national park so our team watched them for three days, then stormed the camp and arrested 20 people. The following day, everyone was freed, but at least the road was not built.”
Laure Siegel and I traveled into the Cardamom Mountains to look at Shinta Mani Wild, a luxury tent camp that contributes to anti-poaching measures in Cambodia’s national parks.
Read the full story in The Asian Nikkei Review.