» Today: 23/02/2020
Vietnam joins the 150 or so countries around the globe to celebrate World Environment Day on June 5th with a series of events starting yesterday in Quang Ninh Province.
Authorities in An Giang Province on Monday warned of a further landslide threat of at least 400 metres to an existing 180 metre long landslide which occurred the previous day along the Hau River Bank in Binh Khanh Ward in Long Xuyen City.
Fourteen hydropower plant projects would be developed in Dong Giang, a very small district of Quang Nam province, which have put local residents in big distress.
Having been recognized as the 2000th Ramsar site of wetlands of international importance, Tram Chim National Park has shown Vietnam’s effort in implementing the Ramsar Convention.
Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta authorities must protect wetland areas against the impact of economic development through advanced conservation measures, experts have recommended.
The Dong Nai Biosphere Reserve in southern Vietnam officially became the 580th World Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) on May 19.
With a loosened legal framework, Vietnam still cannot tightly control the electronic waste imports. Therefore, scientists have warned that Vietnam is turning into a big electronic landfill.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in conjunction with Germany’s Ministry of the Environment held a seminar on Germany’s experiences in dealing with land pollution, in Hanoi on May 15.
The HCM City inter-ministerial inspection delegation has found a series of real estate projects which have turned the land areas reserved for parks and verdure into the land for housing, office buildings and car parking lots.
CAN THO – Experts from the Netherlands suggested four socio-economic scenarios for climate change adaptation in the Mekong Delta at a seminar held in Can Tho on Monday.
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