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Wetland forest management project launched for Tràm Chim National Park

16/01/2020

A US$625,000 project for ecosystem management at Tràm Chim National Park in the Mekong Delta Province of Đồng Tháp was launched at a conference held by the Vietnam Forest Inventory and Planning Institute (FIPI) in Hồ Chí Minh City on August 5.
Finding solutions to conserve grey-shanked doucs in Quảng Nam

16/01/2020

Quảng Nam is seeking sustainable solutions for the conservation of critically endangered primates living in a primary forest, while creating stable livelihoods for farmers in Tam Mỹ Tây Commune - which is home to 50 endangered grey-shanked douc langurs.
Tây Ninh expands Lò Gò - Xa Mát National Park

16/01/2020

The Province of Tây Ninh is asking for relevant authority’s approval to merge Chàng Riệc cultural-historic forest with Lò Gò - Xa Mát National Park. The merger aims to improve the value and influence of the Lò Gò - Xa Mát National Park in bio-diversity protection, natural resource development and promotion of national special cultural-historic relic sites in the locality. The merger is expected to...
Management Board tries to keep Côn Đảo National Park clean

16/01/2020

The area in the Southern Province of Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu has suffered pollution from aqua-exploitation activities that saw waste released into the sea threatening biodiversity. The rapid development of tourism on the island in recent years has also seen an increase in waste.
Costa Rica: Designing a template for a cleaner, carbon-free world

16/01/2020

Costa Rica has long punched above its weight as a global green pioneer with a strong social conscience, but now the Central American nation is preparing to cross the ultimate environmental frontier with a detailed plan to decarbonize its economy by 2050. Many countries have promised to do the same - reducing emissions is a key commitment of signatories to the Paris Climate Agreement - but Costa Ri...
IPU can play crucial role in the transition to a green economy

16/01/2020

Developed countries are challenged with imbalance between supply and energy production, especially from renewable resources. In developing countries, the challenge lies in making energy more affordable to people on low incomes.
Nordic Assistance to Vietnam is actively coordinating and supporting for environmental protection, c...

16/01/2020

On the occasion of the upcoming National Conference “Promoting the roles of faith-based organizations in environmental protection and climate change responses” to be organized in Huế City, the Vietnam Administration Environment Magazine (VEM) had a talk with Director of Nordic Assistance to Vietnam Mr. Knut Chritansen about this Organization’s coordination with competent Vietnamese agencies to eff...
From the details of using banana leaves as packaging to think about Vietnamese consumer culture

16/01/2020

Food products are now wrapped in banana leaves and other natural materials instead of nylon and plastic bags at supermarket chains Big C, Co.opmart and Saigon Co.op in the three big cities Hà Nội, Đà Nẵng and Hồ Chí Minh City. The new move has been well-received by the public and even the Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc sees it a model for the business community, associations, supermarkets, restau...
Nestlé Vietnam Co., Ltd.: Realizing commitments on environmental protection and sustainable developm...

16/01/2020

Nestlé Vietnam, Top 10 Vietnam Sustainable Enterprises, continues to affirm its commitment to the implementation of environmental protection and sustainable development goals launched by the Prime Minister and the Nestlé Group. At the same time, Nestlé Vietnam is also a pioneer in realizing a series of initiatives as well as cooperating with enterprises in response to the "Month of Action for the ...
Tetra Pak Company commits to build a low carbon, circular economy

16/01/2020

Tetra Pak, the world's leading food processing and packaging solutions company, announces its Sustainability Report 2019 that highlights its strong commitment to build a low carbon, circular economy and a sustainability approach that covers the entire value chain, thereby reducing its climate change impact and eliminating carbon emissions from economies.
Initiative of Zero Waste to Nature: towards the circular economy model

16/01/2020

Currently, the amount of plastic waste and plastic bags nationwide accounts for about 8 - 12% of domestic solid waste, if there is no effective management solution, this will be a burden for the environment. Therefore, in order to minimize the amount of plastic waste to the environment, contributing to the development of the circular economy, in addition to the close coordination among Ministries ...
9 years after the last rhino’s death at Cát Tiên National Park

16/01/2020

The last rhino’s death at Cát Tiên National Park in 2010 has pushed the subspecies of the Rhinoceros sondaicus one step further on the brink of extinction. On March 21, 2019, a male Javan rhino of the same species as the rhino at Cát Tiên National Park died in Indonesia's Ujung Kulon National Park, reducing the total number of this subspecies to 68 individuals worldwide.