Update news environmental news
HCM City authorities are finding solutions to speed up progress of relocating houses along canals by 2025.
The Vietnamese capital ranked fourth among the top 100 worst air-polluted cities in the world on November 28, according to data released by Switzerland-based air quality monitor IQAir AirVisual.
The important role of mangrove forest was shared at an international workshop: ‘Leveraging Plural Values of Mangroves for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Goals’.
As the writer of reports winning high prizes at competitions, Hoang Van Chien, born in 1988, has experienced many hardships to become a journalist aiming to protect wildlife named in the Red Book.
There are three specific criteria concerning materials, substances, and fuels; technical characteristics and permissible limits of pollution parameters in the product; and recovery, recycling, processing, and disposal.
The group was established since July 2023. The group has launched more than 20 campaigns, treating over 10 tonnes of waste in four wards of Quyết Thắng, Tân Tiến, Trảng Dài, Bửu Hòa, and Biên Hòa City.
The situation of landslides along riverbanks and coastlines in the Mekong Delta is becoming increasingly severe, while preventive measures are challenging due to a lack of funding.
The local forest ranger agency said that wallabies in the Northern Province of Cao Bang which were discovered by local inhabitants were brought to Vietnam by smugglers.
Floods, landslides, and other natural disasters are common occurrences in Vietnam, often characterised by their rapid and localised impacts.
The cooling sector is a major source of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
A plant that treats domestic solid waste and industrial waste to generate electricity was inaugurated in Phu Lang village, northern Bac Ninh province, on November 1.
The goal is to evaluate the impact of ecosystem services on socio-economic development, quantify the value of these services, and use them as a basis for crafting appropriate policies.
The high pace of urbanisation, coupled with increased production and tourism activities, has been particularly straining on the environment in many rural and coastal areas.
Vietnam will scale down production and consumption of Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) - powerful greenhouse gases which are the main drivers of climate change.
Many people in HCM City's Cu Chi District are complaining about serious pollution coming from two waste treatment plants in the area.
Ninh Binh Bear Sanctuary announced on October 22 that they have received an Asiatic black bear which was previously rescued from a farm in HCM City.
Although the programme of classifying household solid waste at its source has been piloted and implemented for many years in HCM City, it has not been highly effective, because most people are not aware of the importance of waste classification.