Update news environment pollution
National Assembly deputies have called for strict sanctions on those who discharge untreated wastewater into the environment, destroying water sources and illegally exploiting underground water.
Images and videos have been posted and shared on social media showing recurring scenes of garbage floating on the waters of Ha Long Bay.
The regenerative agriculture model not only helps lower costs, and increase quality and profits, but also reduces greenhouse gas emissions and preserves and restores agricultural land.
Ha Long City, a popular tourist destination in the northern coastal province of Quang Ninh, will implement a series of measures to classify, collect, transport and treat domestic and construction waste from early next year.
Seeing his skin wounds caused by immersion in black water while removing trash from a canal, many people think the 69-year-old man is crazy. But he turns a deaf ear to their comments.
Hoi Vuon Xinh Sai Gon was founded by ‘veterans’ with experience in growing and planting ornamental trees and people with a passion for planting.
Mai Trong Thai, director of the Environmental Protection Sub-Department under the Hanoi Department of Natural Resources and Environment, talks about the need to complete a legal policy to solve pollution in traditional trade villages.
HCM City has reached 12 of its 16 targets in its pollution reduction programme for the 2016-20 period, according to the city’s Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
A team of young people that has created a giant robot made of automobile scrap hopes to create a park to display the robots.
With her initiatives and great efforts to help protect the environment, Nguy Thi Khanh has become the first Vietnamese Climate Breakthrough Project awardee.
The conclusion that economic losses caused by air pollution could be up to 5 percent of GDP has raised controversy.
Vietnam discharges 0.28-0.73 million tons of plastic waste to the ocean each year, or 6 percent of the world’s total figure, ranking fourth among the countries polluting the ocean the most, a study shows.
According to Hoang Duong Tung, chair of the Vietnam Clean Air Network, former deputy general director of the General Directorate of Environment, PM 2.5 fine dust and ozone are the two most worrying issues.
While developed countries are cutting the number of coal-fired thermopower plants for fear about environment pollution, Vietnam is still building more plants.