Arama or temple in Cambodian language derives from Arama Ropa Rokkha Ropa means a place which is full of trees and natural atmosphere. Trees and forest are very important for Buddhism. Lord Buddha were born in the forest, renunciation to live in the forest, attaining the Dhamma in the forest, and Parinibbana or passing away in the forest. Forest is very important for sustainable development, for biodiversity, for environment and for local residents to survive on the subsistence basis. But after the coming of capitalism, the hunt and thirst for raw material resources has made many corrupted officials and predatory developing countries have used many excuses to extract money from natural resources. This video clip is showcasing the excuse of Cambodian government in their effort to earn extra money by turning forest into land for concession in the political rhetoric of planning industrial development. Local people who have walked along march across the Prey Long forest, which is the last dense resort of Cambodian forest, to express their protest on the non-transparent concession of the Cambodian government. If you are Buddhists, protecting forest and trees mean to protect your life and the Dhamma.