Attractive green tourist spots in Hà Nội
With a fresh and cool climate, beautiful scenery, many locations in Hà Nội have become the ideal cool green destinations for nature lovers or avoid the heat during sunny summer days.
Waste management projects line up to help address pollution issues
A community-based waste management project aiming to scale up classification and foster green investment was launched on June 8, 2020 in the Northern coastal Province of Quảng Ninh.
Five new rotifer species found in Việt Nam
A group of biological scientists and researchers from the central city’s Science and Education College together with two professors from Belgium and Thailand have found five new rotifer species after research conducted in Việt Nam from 2013.
EU’s New Biodiversity Strategy
The European Commission (EC) has committed to protecting 30% of the EU’s land and oceans by 2030 as part of the European Green Deal, in a plan tentatively welcomed by environment groups who warned far-reaching ambitions must not only exist “on paper”.
Countries lead the transition to sustainable energy
The current state of the sector is described in the World Economic Forum’s Energy Transition Index 2020. It benchmarks the energy systems of 115 economies, highlighting the leading players in the race to net-zero emissions, as well as those with work to do.
Governments, industry, civil society and UN join forces to beat plastic waste pollution
With an estimated 100 million tons of plastic waste in the oceans, 80-90% of which comes from land-based sources, a new Plastic Waste Partnership, established by the Basel Convention, has met for the first time to discuss ways to prevent, minimize and soundly manage, plastic waste from across the world.
GEF CEO: We need to protect our one common home
Dr. Naoko Ishii is CEO and Chairperson of the Global Environment Facility (GEF), a multilateral trust fund whose $ 1 billion annual work program helps developing countries address the drivers of environmental damage and degradation. In an interview of a reporter from The GEF website, she reflected on the root causes of the coronavirus outbreak and the message the pandemic is sending us about the way we live.
The Education for Nature - Vietnam calls for end to commercial farming of endangered wildlife
The Education for Nature - Vietnam (ENV) has appealed for an end to commercial farming of endangered wildlife, in an attempt to conserve biodiversity on the occasion of the World Environment Day 2020 (June 5).
Foremost Green tourism - ecotourism in 2020
In tandem with rising trends worldwide, Vietnamese tourism is spearheading emerging tourist trends such as business based vacations at luxurious and gaudy hotels; off the beaten track to nature, or detox vacations mixed with yoga and meditation.
Stronger efforts needed for conservation of Central Highlands elephants
The total number of Central Highlands elephants has decreased sharply in recent years as their living environment contracts due to people’s expansion of living activities. Unless better measures are conducted, the Central Highlands elephants will be extinct very soon.
Intangible cultural heritage key to sustainable development
With 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development seeks to balance the three dimensions of economics, society and environment based on the three basic principles of human right, gender quality and sustainability. The prerequisites of the sustainable development include peace, security and intangible cultural heritage.
Việt Nam together with the asean community connecting to take action for environmental sustainability and biodiversity
In ASEAN community, there are about 623 million people living together and surviving under the protection of Mother Nature with more than thousands years of history. There are coincident mountains and forests, wide sea, long rivers - a land of spiritual masterpieces, a vast territory connecting people with people, people with nature in coexistence and development
Need to re-plan fishing areas to "pave the way" for sea turtles
After 3 years implementing the scientific research project “Conservation and restoration of sea turtle populations in Cù Lao Chàm Marine Protected Area (Chàm Island MPA)” piloting the relocation of sea turtle eggs from Côn Đảo National Park to Cù Lao Chàm for hatching from 2017 to 2019 with nearly 2.000 eggs.
Strengthen control and management of hunting, catching, trading and transporting wildlife
Recently, illegally hunting, catching, trading, using and consuming wildlife, especially endangered, rare wildlife, has been complicated in many places.
Time for nature as World Environment Day shines a spotlight on biodiversity
As nations of the world strive to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, World Environment Day (WED) 2020 brings into sharp focus the importance of fundamentally shifting humanity’s relationship with nature to preserve our societies and prevent future pandemics.
Protection of natural landscape - a new approach in the draft law on environmental protection (amended)
Natural landscape means a landscape made up of natural components including geology, topography, climate, hydrology, pedology, and biology.
Current Vietnamese brand orientations for management and conservation
According to the UNESCO definition, the Biosphere Reserve (BR) are coastal and terrestrial ecosystems that promote solutions reconciling the conservation of biodiversity with its sustainable use”.
New provisions on environmental impact assessment in the Draft Law on Environmental Protection (amended): Proposed objectives and some issues that need further discussions
In recent years, Việt Nam has a high economic growth rate, in some periods, industry, transportation, construction… are in hot development causing pressure on the environment.
Access to genetic resources and sharing of benefit raising from their utilization: Policies and practices implemented in Việt Nam
Located in Indochinese peninsula, Việt Nam is known for its species richness and ranked 16th in the world for genetic diversity.
Draft of Law on Environmental Protection (amended): Comprehensive viewpoint on the right of people to live in a healthy environment
Vietnam Environment Administration Magazine (VEM) had an interview with Prof. PhD. Đặng Huy Huỳnh - Vice President of Vietnam Association for Conservation of Nature and Environment on this issue, with emphasis on the content of natural landscapes and biodiversity.
Minister Tran Hong Ha presented the Presidential Friendship Medal from Vietnam President Nguyen Phu Trong to Mr. Jung Gun-Young - Chief Representative of Korea Institute of Environmental Technology and Industry in Vietnam
On July 10, in Hanoi, at the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment’s Preliminary Meeting regarding the review of the first half year of 2020, authorized by the President Nguyen Phu Trong of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Minister Tran Hong Ha awarded the Presidential Friendship Medal to Mr. Jung Gun-Young – former Chief Representative of Korea Environment Corporation.
Surveying the public perception of the current situation of alum-iron water in Tri Tôn District, An Giang Province
The paper aimed to understand the water use situation and how the public perceived the current situation of alum-iron water.
Software for managament, disclosure of automatic and continuous environment monitoring
In order to improve the management, supervision, timely forecasting, warning and disclosure of changes in air quality, the Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) has developed the Software for management of automatic environment monitoring data (Envisoft) with modern technology to deploy nationwide.
World Bank’s new strategy helps Việt Nam better utilise solar power
The World Bank (WB)’s new approaches to bidding and deployment for solar projects will help Việt Nam substantially boost and effectively manage its abundant solar energy resources.
Japan finances Hồ Chí Minh City’s upgrade of sewer system
The Japanese Government will provide a non-refundable aid worth 1,88 billion JPY (16, 84 million USD) for Hồ Chí Minh (HCM) City to upgrade its existing sewerage system using trenchless technologies.
Fostering eco-industrial parks in Việt Nam
Since the beginning of this century Việt Nam has experienced years of rapid economic growth, driven mainly by the processing and manufacturing sectors. By 2013, the Government had established 173 industrial zones (IZs), with an average of 90 companies in each zone.
Towards a pollution - free world: 7 steps to circularity
Among the many things competing for our attention at the dawn of the new decade was a little noticed fact coming out of Davos: our global economy had reached a burn rate of 100 billion tons/year of natural resources.
Air pollution causes “huge” reduction in intelligence
Air pollution causes a “huge” reduction in intelligence, according to new research, indicating that the damage to society of toxic air is far deeper than the well-known impacts on physical health.
Assessment of urban air pollution in Việt Nam and suggestions for improvements
In the composition of the air, 20,94% is Oxygen (O2) which nourishes all the cells of the human body. Absolutely dry air without moisture, clean, contains three main gases in which 78,08% is Nitrogen (N2), 20,94% is Oxygen (O2), 0,93% is Argon (Ar).
Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu Province gradually converts its plan of domestic waste treatment from landfill to incineration and recycling
Environment Magazine has conducted an interview with Mr. Đặng Sơn Hải, Deputy Director of Department of Natural Resources and Environment of Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu Province on the implementation of these solutions in the Province, gradually restricting domestic solid waste treatment from landfill.
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