Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/ASEAN-Energy-Ministers-Meeting-in-Cambodia-27MZIFUGAKP.htmlConceptually similarASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaGP01045Completed★★★★ASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaGP091SCompleted★★★★ASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaGP0FVECompleted★★★★ASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaGP0CAJCompleted★★★★★★ASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaGP0ECDCompleted★★★★★★ASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaGP0KFHCompleted★★★★★★ASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaGP0SECompleted★★★★ASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaGP01235Completed★★★★★★★ASEAN Summit Activity in CambodiaGP03TXSCompleted★★★★View AllGP0KFGASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaH.E. Prach Sun acting Minister of Environment of Cambodia (2nd from left), is being welcomed by Von Hernandez, campaign director of Greenpeace Southeast Asia (extreme left), and Red Constantino, climate and energy campaigner of Greenpeace Southeast Asia (extreme right) at the photo exhibit organised by Greenpeace to coincide with the ASEAN Energy Ministers meeting in Siem Reap, Cambodia. One of the world's poorest nations, Cambodia is already a victim of several extreme weather disasters that the government has linked to global warming. In 2004, a prolonged drought hit 24 provinces and municipalities resulting to 537,340 tons of rice losses and leaving up to 700,000 people with food and water shortages. Greenpeace is calling on ASEAN Energy Ministers to tackle the issue of climate change.Locations:Cambodia-Siem Reap-Southeast AsiaDate:12 Jul, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / Vinai DithajohnMaximum size:3193px X 2156pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Exhibitions-Global warming-Greenpeace campaigners-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Politicians-Small group of peopleShoot:Climate ASEAN Energy Ministers Meeting in CambodiaMembers of Greenpeace Solar Generation youth group today handed a solar PV system to the government of Cambodia which hopes to provide clean renewable energy for up to 70 percent of its population by 2030. Solar Generation members from Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Philippines participated in the week-long event to deliver their demand to the ASEAN for clean energy to thwart climate change.