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Support from other countries key to fighting climate change

Việt Nam has joined the race to a net-zero economy by 2050 as it was among more than 40 countries that agreed to shift away from coal, one of the biggest generators of CO2 emissions, in pledges made at the COP26 climate summit.

 

Nha Trang scrambles to save coral reefs from bleaching

Saving coral reefs in Nha Trang Bay Marine Protected Area from massive bleaching is a priority that requires a long-term, scientific and sustainable strategy, scientists and oceanographers have said.

 

Nuclear power might be the answer to clean energy demand

Trần Chí Thành, President of the Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute under the Ministry of Science and Technology, spoke to Việt Nam News about the proposal of developing nuclear power over the coming decades to ensure national energy security and meet the ‘net zero emission’ goal.

   

Engineers complete maintenance on island desalination system

Engineers and workers from Korean heavy industry Doosan Enerbility Vietnam (Doosan Vina) have completed maintenance of two seawater desalination plants to supply enough fresh water for islanders in An Binh islet of Lý Sơn Islands.

 

More needs to be done in Asia to fully unleash its renewable energy potential: MoNRE

The Minister of Natural Resources and Environment on Wednesday sent a message, highlighting seven focus points to fully unleash Asia’s potential for renewable energy development.

   

More need to be done in Asia to fully unleash its renewable energy potential: MoNRE

The Minister of Natural Resources and Environment on Wednesday sent a message, highlighting seven focus points to fully unleash Asia’s potential for renewable energy development.

 

Education service fees will not rise in next school year

The Ministry of Education and Training agreed with the solution of the Ministry of Finance to maintain the price of educational services in the 2022-2023 school year in response to the price increase of many goods.

   

Israeli Embassy and Miss Universe Vietnam 2017 open student library

The Israeli Embassy in Việt Nam and Miss Universe Việt Nam 2017 H'Hen Niê on Tuesday opened a container library for students in Phúc Than Primary School in Than Uyên District, the northern province of Lai Châu.

 

Digitisation vital for hydropower sector's sustainable development

Currently, most of the hydropower plants of the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) are equipped with advanced technology. However, in the context of digital transformation, EVN is continuing to build infrastructure, not only for hydroelectric power plants, but also for other systems such as transmission, metering, and dispatching.

   

USAID launches Species Conservation Fund in Việt Nam

The United State Agency for International Development (USAID) Biodiversity Conservation Activity has launched a $1.4 million Species Conservation Fund (SCF) in Việt Nam

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Unilever Vietnam launches “Clean Future” campaign

In response to the World Environment Day, Unilever Vietnam has launched the "Clean Future" campaign from its Home Care category on June 14.

   

Northern, central regions enter prolonged rainy spell

The northern and central regions have entered a period of prolonged heavy rain, according to the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.

 

USAID and agriculture ministry launches project to combat wildlife trafficking

The Saving Threatened Wildlife project aims to help Việt Nam control the increasingly serious wildlife trafficking situation.

   

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