Science & Education

Central Highlands forestry institute loses 2,000 hectares of forest land

The Vietnam Academy of Forest Sciences has lost more than 2,000 hectares of forest land in the Central Highlands region over a period of 18 years.

Central Highlands forestry institute loses 2,000 hectares of forest land


Can Vietnamese students sustain themselves through college?

In more developed countries, the answer would be a no brainer. Of course college students can earn enough to meet daily expenses from the very first year.

Can Vietnamese students sustain themselves through college?


Public-Private collaboration tackles plastic waste in Việt Nam

Despite being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Plastic Waste Management Public-Private Collaboration has implemented activities in line with key tasks and seen several achievements over the past two years.


Tiresome educational qualifications paperwork can deter foreign investors

I had to abandon a business project in Vietnam just because I could not obtain consular authentication for my university diploma.


HCMC struggles to implement motorbike emission checks

HCM City has been piloting a free-of-charge motorbike emission test to remove old and poor quality vehicles from the roads, reducing emissions into the air and improving environmental quality. However, there have been some bumps in the road.


Cà Mau steps up natural disaster prevention, control efforts

Cà Mau Province is taking measures to mitigate the impacts of increasing erosion and other natural disasters.


Protects the parts of Hạ Long Bay many people never see

Over the years, the large amount of boats carrying both tourists and fishermen has taken its toll on the coral reefs below the surface.


WWF Vietnam helps Long An in domestic solid waste management

WWF Vietnam will continue to help Long An Province in domestic solid waste management as the provincial authorities decide to expand a model of waste separation at source

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VinFuture Prize to celebrate 4 scientific innovations for humanity

Winners will be announced at the inaugural VinFuture Prize award ceremony to be held on Jan. 20 and VinFuture Sci-tech Week during Jan. 18-21 in Hanoi.



Human rights to be taught in schools nationwide

Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam on behalf of the Prime Minister has signed Directive No. 34/CT-TTg dated December 21, 2021 on strengthening human rights content in the the national education system.


Teacher works tirelessly to bring education to poor students

Hồng Thủy Preschool used to be a severely downgraded building with no electricity, no clean water, and no toilets in a particularly disadvantaged area in central Thừa Thiên-Huế Province.


Plastic and Health Action Partnership launched

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment co-ordinated with USAID to launch "Plastic and Health Action Partnership” (PHA) in Hà Nội on Friday.


Mekong fishermen struggle to survive

Our data-driven investigation shows that local communities in the Mekong Delta are struggling to find a way out, as fishing, their main livelihood, can no longer guarantee them a sustainable future.


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