South East Asia is often thought of as one of the world’s top vacation destinations. Just think of the diverse culture of Vietnam, beautiful landscapes of Indonesia and untouched wilderness of Cambodia. In addition to these characteristics, this area also contains some of the rarest species on earth and many of the last remaining habitats that are truly untouched by human settlement. On the flip side of the coin, ASEAN – the Association of South East Asian Nations – also has a wealth of rapidly growing cities and one of the fastest expanding human populations in the world. Can ever expanding cities and increasingly dense populations live side-by-side with fragile ecosystems and endangered species? Join the team from Scubazoo to find out, in part one of “Saving the ASEAN Dream.”


Conservation, Culture

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