Thursday, March 4, 2010

Cambodia's Lake (Part 1)

Cambodia's Lake (Part 1);

In the past; Cambodia waters harbored a wealth of fish and sea creatures. the fishing was sustainable and there was a lot of fish to feed families.

The waters of Cambodia is the life blood of Cambodia. The growing plants in the waters and the scenery and food of the sea will enlighten the living. The Cambodians would eat fish and rice for sustainability.

Around 2 million people depend on Tonle Sap Lake. The life blood of Cambodia. The people can also live on the waters of the lake. Life of various kinds depend on these waters.

Cambodia's Lake (Part 2)

The Lake is becoming polluted. The people that need to survive that depend on the Lake are becoming sick. These people depend on the lake being clean.

Thirty years ago, fish were plentiful. At these current times; fish becomes less and less plentiful. The creatures of the sea are harder to catch these days. Know some families are raising fish to keep their families food sustainable. The small fish provide food for the raised fishes.

There are enforcement officials that catch fishers and stop the fishing. It is hard for fishers to catch fish like the olden days.

Cambodia's Lakes (Part 3)

The lake should be enjoyed by everyone.