Science & Education

Hà Nội’s craft villages must embrace greener methods

The development of the villages also puts pressure on the city’s environment.


Đắk Lắk Province authorities look for ways to protect the region's elephant number

Đắk Lắk Province is seeking to protect elephants in the province and Central Highland region amid overhunting and conflicts between the animals and people.


Environment ministry applauded for achievements on 20th anniversary

Speaking at the ceremony to mark MoNRE's 20th anniversary, Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính said that environmental resources are an indispensable factor for human survival and development, as well as the sustainable development of the country.


Green, circular and eco-friendly economy is Việt Nam's priority for environmental protection

Việt Nam's top priority in the coming years is building a roadmap, mechanism and policy for the formation and operation of a green, circular and eco-friendly economy, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has said.


Vietnamese shrimp farms apply AI technology in production

As one of the leading shrimp raisers in Việt Nam, where seafood products are a key export, Việt-Úc Group and AquaEasy have announced an official commercial partnership, applying AI technology in local shrimp ponds.


JICA-funded project helps Đà Nẵng enhance waste classification at source

Đà Nẵng is striving to reuse and recycle 15 per cent of solid waste by 2025.

JICA-funded project helps Da Nang enhance waste classification at source |  Environment | Vietnam+ (VietnamPlus)


Vietnamese universities partner with US aid agency in education reform

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) launched a $14.2-million partnership Monday with three leading Vietnamese universities to strengthen higher education.

Vietnamese universities partner with US aid agency in education reform


Baby boom: the endangered wildlife revival at Cambodia's Angkor Wat

The melodic songs from families of endangered monkeys ring out over the jungle near Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple complex -- a sign of ecological rejuvenation decades after hunting decimated wildlife at the site.

Rampant poaching, habitat loss from logging, agriculture and dam building has stripped much wildlife from Cambodian rainforests. Photo by AFP/Tang Chhin Sothy


Caring for the big cats at Thủ Lệ Zoo

Trần Thị Ngọc, one of six members of the animal care team at Thủ Lệ Zoo, is assigned to look after wild animals such as tigers, lions and bears.


Renewable energy sources not fully tapped: experts

The potential of renewable energy sources, especially wind and solar power, is one of the keys to Việt Nam's energy transformation towards carbon neutrality, but the unresponsive transmission network is wasting the capacity of billions of kWh of electricity.


Green finance necessary to achieve sustainable growth: experts

Việt Nam will need to develop capital markets to achieve its sustainable development goals, panelists said at a forum on green economy development held on July 29 in HCM City.


Solar-powered cameras proposed in Hòn Mun for coral protection

Nha Trang City People's Committee has proposed to install solar-powered cameras to monitor and protect coral in Hòn Mun Area after severe coral bleaching was reported.


National Strategy on Climate Change for 2050 approved

Deputy Prime Minister Lê Văn Thành has approved the National Strategy on Climate Change for 2050.


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