1. Yeang, D. (2012). Community Tenure Rights and REDD: A Review of the Oddar Meanchey Community Forestry REDD Project in Cambodia. ASEAS-Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 5(2), 263-274. (Download Full Paper)
1. Donal Yeang and Net Channa (2012). Gender and REDD+: An Assessment in the Oddar Meanchey Community Forestry REDD+ Site, Cambodia. Case Study Report Presented at the National Seminar on Gender, Forestry and REDD+, 27 July 2012, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. (Download the synopsis of the seminar and powerpiont click here)
2. Donal Yeang (2011). Energy Conservation in Cambodia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Paper Presented at the Third Country Training Programme on Energy Conservation to Reduce Global Warming in ASEAN Countries, 14-25 February 2011, Bangkok, Thailand.
1. Donal Yeang and Ingrid J.Visseren-Hamakers. (2010). Tenure Rights and Benefit Sharing Arrangements for REDD: A Case Study of Oddar Meanchey Community Forestry REDD+ Pilot Project in Cambodia. Paper Presented at the 2010 Development and Research Forum (DRF): Symposium on Research and Policy Response to Cambodia’ s Recovery and Development, 09-10 September 2010, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
1. Bradley, A., Setyowati, A. B., Gurung, J., Yeang, D., Net, C., Khiev, S., & Brewster, J. (2012). Gender and REDD+: An Assessment in the Oddar Meanchey Community Forestry REDD+ Site. Phnom Penh: Pact Cambodia and Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture & Natural Resource Management (WOCAN). (Download Full Report)
2. Yeang, D., & Brewster, J. (2012). REDD+ Demonstration Activities in Cambodia: The Case of the Oddar Meanchey Community Forestry REDD+ Project. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Pact Cambodia. (Download Full Report)
1. Donal Yeang. (2010, October). Are Carbon Credits the Next Investment Opportunity?. Khmer Property Magazine, 32, 34-35, (http://www.khmerpropertynews.com).
3. Donal Yeang. (2009). Barriers and Opportunities in Management and Conservation of Protected Areas in Cambodia. GRIN Publishing. ISBN (eBook): 978-3-640-59549-5, ISBN (Book): 978-640-59583-9, Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.3239/9783640595495