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Hà Nội’s students use art to promote environment protection
Hundreds of students at a elementary school in Hà Nội City joined a drawing contest on Tuesday in the hopes of raising awareness for environmental protection issues.
Young people clean up Sơn Trà Peninsula
They spent the whole Sunday (31/3/2019) collecting and classifying the rubbish into 300 bags at Đá Đen Beach (Sơn Trà Peninsula).
The solution to fight off pollution of plastic waste
Despite being a fairly new material with a little over 100 years of history, plastic has permeated every part of modern life.
Siemens installs intelligent road solutions for Hanoi
In cooperation with Hanoi People’s Committee, the Department of Transport and Department of Traffic Police of Hanoi, Itelco Technology JSC and FPT Group, Siemens has equipped the Phạm Hùng - Mễ Trì intersection with its state-of-the-art traffic control technology.
Kurita Asia Research Grant 2019
Kurita Water and Environment Foundation (KWEF) supports scientists of Asian nationality who are conducting research in their own countries.
Hồ Chí Minh City officials call off canal cleanup event due to lack of permit
An event organized by a group of young people to clean up canals in Hồ Chí Minh City (HCMC) on March 17th after officials told them a permit was required for the activity.
Solutions to treat pollution at low costs
For effective, low-cost pollution treatment solutions at the household and industrial levels, Dr Nguyễn Thị Hà and her co-workers from the environment faculty of the Hanoi University of Natural Sciences have been granted the Kovalevskaia Award.
Protection of untouched rivers in Việt Nam
Việt Nam Rivers Network is launching a campaign to search for untouched rivers all over the country to call on policy makers, investors of development projects and the community to protect rivers.
The ten-years-old environmentalist
Nguyễn Hữu Hoàng conducted a presentation on his environment-friendly startup project at Vietnam Startup Wheel competition
Hồ Chí Minh City to crack down on pollution
The Hồ Chí Minh City People’s Committee has announced an action plan in 2016 - 2020 to reduce environmental pollution.
Making edible rice-flour straws to help protect environment
HungHau Foods, a company based in Hồ Chí Minh City, currently makes 100,000 rice-flour straws a day at its plant in Sa Đéc, which is a city in Đồng Tháp Province.
Việt Nam is seeking consensus from members of CITES
Việt Nam is seeking consensus from members of CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, on tightening the protection of some endangered species in the country.
Quảng Ngãi Solid Waste Treatment Plant should consider shifting to more modern technologies
Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Trần Hồng Hà made the statement at a working conference with provincial authorities on the pollution caused by the plant in Đức Phổ District’s Phổ Thạnh Commune (Quảng Ngãi Province) on February 25, 2019.
Extending the model of eco-certified shrimp farming in combination with mangrove conservation in Vietnam
The Environmental Magazine has an interview with Mr. Dinh Xuan Lap, the Deputy Director of the International Collaborating Centre for Aquaculture and Fisheries Sustainability(ICAFIS) about the results and measures to develop this model.
Turning e-waste into gold: The untapped potential of African landfills
Thanks to rapid changes in technology and falling prices, millions of tons of high-tech electronic devices are becoming obsolete in the developed nations every year, making electronic waste (e-waste) one of the top environmental challenges of the 21st century.
Renewable energy development is fundamental for a green future
Adopting renewable energy sources and boosting energy efficiency are strategies for the energy industry to meet rising demand, cut coal imports and improve the country’s social, environmental and economic conditions.
Coca-Cola Viet Nam: Sustainable development key to success
Coca-Cola Viet Nam has forged its own path and risen among successful sustainable businesses able to balance performance and environmental protection.
Radically dealing with seriously polluting public service facilities in the period 2016-2020
In the past years, environmental protection has received special attention and direction from the Party, National Assembly and Government. On 3/7/2018, Prime Minister approved a target program on radically dealing with seriously polluting public service facilities in the period of 2016-2020 at his decision 807/QD-TTg.
Quảng Nam province to restore forest for endangered langurs
Quảng Nam province plans to allocate a fund of VNĐ100 billion (US$ 4.4 million) to restore a 100 ha forest as a safe habitat for a herd of gray-shanked douc langurs (pygathrix cinerea) living in Đồng Cổ village, Tam Mỹ Tây commune of Núi Thành district in 2019 - 2028.
Pollution hotspots need much stricter control
Fewer new pollution hotspots have been found in Việt Nam in the past few years, but vigilance is needed to control potential risks.
Vietnam Environment Administration: 10 years of establishment and development
The VEA establishment is a significant milestone in the process of planning and upgrading state management agencies for environmental protection, marking the development of environmental sector in Việt Nam.
Vietnam association for the conservation of nature environment (1988 - 2018): Thirty years of proud development
During its 30 years of development, the Vietnam Association for the Conservation of Nature and the Environment (VACNE) has continued to grow and gather a large part of the community that wants to take action to build a clean environment and promote sustainable development.
Protecting Hanoi environment together
On 18th January of 2019, Hanoi Department of Construction has allowed JSC CONSTRUCTION-TRADE AND ENVIRONMENT HANOI (Hactra) company to install and operate Korea HJ-1000 system on the Big Kim Lien lake for testing. On occasion, Environment magazine (VEM) has a meeting with Mr. Do Tat Viet who is the CEO of Hactra company to interview him about how the company plans to install and operate HJ-1000 system.
Huế receives smart rubbish bins from Bridgestone
The bins have capacity of 120 litres each and have separate boxes to facilitate waste sorting. Four of the 20 bins are powered by solar energy and they make various sound and light signals to alert users when they are full.Huế City in the central province of Thừa Thiên - Huế received 20 smart rubbish bins from tyre manufacturer Bridgestone.
Water quality inspections to be held nationwide
The inspections can be conducted without notice to supply units if there are doubts of the quality of the water reported by authorised agencies, or after an environmental incident that might impact on water quality.Inspection units will be established in all cities and provinces nationwide to conduct regular inspections on the quality of water supplied to households from June next year.
National standards on waste treatment technology needed
Many landfills in cities and provinces have become “hot spots” due to serious pollution.
NS BlueScope Vietnam initiates labor hygiene safety awareness and management sharing program in enterprises
Ba Ria – Vung Tau, november 14th 2018 – NS BlueScope Vietnam, in collaboration with Ba Ria – Vung Tau Industrial Zone Authority (BIZA) announced the initiation of labor hygiene safety awareness and management sharing program in enterprises targeted at improving local enterprises’ awareness on labor hygiene safety for the sake of a non-occupational-incident workplace
Seaports told to remove scrap containers
The Việt Nam Maritime Administration has ordered all seaport management agencies to quickly deal with the huge backlog of imported scrap containers across the country. Owners were told to transport the containers out of Việt Nam immediately. Any delay could pose a risk of serious environmental pollution.
Plastic waste must be recycled
Plastic waste is a resource that needs to be collected, sorted and recycled. Non-reusable solid waste (including plastic waste) should be moved to a waste treatment plant.
Ministry of Transport sets stricter emission standards, old cars to disappear from circulation
The Vietnam Register (VR) has submitted to the Ministry of Transport (MOT) the second draft of the Prime Minister’s Decision on the plan to heighten emission standards. It is expected that the decision would cover two subjects - used import vehicles and vehicles in circulation.
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