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Delta struggles with urban waste treatment

08/04/2017

Treatment of urban waste is proving to be a challenge for Mekong Delta provinces because the operation of many garbage treatment plants has been delayed due to disputes over pricing and investors are shying away since it is not a lucrative business.
Việt Nam promotes renewable energy use

30/03/2016

According to a German magazine specializing in climate change and energy transition, on March 28, Việt Nam is planning a drastic turnaround in energy policy, focusing on renewable energy.
Malaysia: Lack of support for people protecting wildlife

30/03/2016

An Asia-based survey released on World Wildlife Day shows that the men and women protecting the planet’s wildlife lack support from governments to enable them to do their do jobs safely.
Prevent soil erosion with horse grass

30/03/2016

For many years, farmers in Vinh Kien District - on the edge of Yen Bai and Tuyen Quang provinces - watched heavy rains wash away the soil of their farms, eroding the best soil layer for growing cassava. Many local households rely on cassava for their incomes, as well as on traditional rice paddy cultivation. And soil erosion has become much worse recently, as downpours grow more aggressive.
Global water resources are redistributed due to climate change

30/03/2016

According to a study published today in the journal, "Scientific Reports", rising temperatures worldwide are changing not only weather systems, but the distribution of water around the globe.
JICA supports to improve water environment in Vietnam

30/03/2016

Strengthening the capacity of water environment management in river basins is the important content of a project supported by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), with the aims to enhance building and implementing the ministry’s legal policies to improve the water environment at Vietnamese river basins, said Nguyen Hoang Phuong Lan from the Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA).
Climate change impact on agriculture may be underestimated

30/03/2016

About negative impacts of climate change on the food supply for a growing global population, a new study by researchers from Brown and Tufts universities showed that researchers have been overlooking how 2 key human responses to climate, how much land people choose to farm, and the number of crops they plant will impact food production in the future.