Cambodia also faces environmental destruction as an imminent problem. The most severe activity in this regard is considered to be the countrywide deforestation, which also involves national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Overall, environmental destruction in Cambodia comprise many different activities, including illegal logging, poaching of endangered and endemic species, and destruction of important wildlife habitats from large scale construction projects and agricultural businesses. The degrading activities involve the local population, Cambodian businesses and political authorities, as well as foreign criminal syndicates and many transnational corporations from all over the world.

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Temple Christian College is a Year 7 to 12+ Christian, co-educational school operating out of two campuses – Mile End and Paralowie. Home to thousands of students from all over Adelaide, Temple provides an authentic Christian community where all students are encouraged to grow in Character, Service and Influence.

 

VISIT MILE END CAMPUS

  • MILE END CAMPUS
  • 2 Henley Beach Road, Mile End, SA, 5031
  • Phone: (08) 8405 0900
  • Email: mileend@tcc.sa.edu.au
  • Student Services Office Phone: (08) 8405 0900
  • Absentee & Late Notice Notification Text ONLY: 0429 371 508

 

VISIT PARALOWIE CAMPUS

  • PARALOWIE CAMPUS
  • 17 Countess Street, Paralowie, SA, 5108
  • Phone: (08) 8256 9600
  • Email: paralowie@tcc.sa.edu.au
  • Student Services Office Phone: (08) 8256 9607
  • Absentee & Late Notice Notification Text ONLY: 0429 371 508