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From The Field: “Bioprospecting”, Cambodia’s sustainable gold rush

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However, since 2011, the UN has been helping Cambodia, and other countries, to better manage their resources, conserve traditional knowledge, and make sure that the benefits are shared more equitably.

A farmer harvests black ginger, known for its medicinal properties, and endemic in Phnom Kulen in Cambodia.

Cambodia, which has a wealth of medicinal plants native to the country, has a real potential to benefit from bioprospecting, but is at risk of a variety of threats, such as the overexploitation of plants, overharvesting of forest products, and climate change.]


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