Conservation, Ethics, and Environmental Change


offered by The School for Field Studies

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The School for Field Studies (SFS) program in Cambodia focuses on the Lower Mekong Basin, which extends over most of Cambodia and incorporates the great Tonle Sap Lake. The Basin hosts diverse ecosystems, including lowland evergreen forests, dry dipterocarp forests, seasonally flooded gallery forests, and estuarine mangroves which give rise to the Indo-Burma global biodiversity hotspot. Students examine the dynamics and ethical challenges surrounding environmental change and development in the Lower Mekong Basin. They also learn about the complexity of Cambodia's struggle to balance biodiversity, development, and human needs and livelihoods.


  • Anthropology
  • Ethics
  • Tropical Biology
  • Biology (General)
  • Environmental Management Systems / Policy
  • Environmental Studies
  • East Asian Studies


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