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Exports to the EU market will become more expensive unless enterprises implement greenhouse gas emission cuts. This will affect the competitiveness of many Vietnamese export companies.

Unilever introduces three programs to reduce CO2 emissions in its value chain

Amplifying the success of the conference "Carbon net zero value chain", Unilever Vietnam has introduced three specific programs to collaborate with its partners for greenhouse gas emissions reduction within its entire value chain.

US committed to helping Vietnam realise its COP26 goals: Ambassador Knapper

The US is a solid, and committed partner to helping Vietnam realise its ambitious COP26 goals, US Ambassador to Vietnam Marc E. Knapper said in an interview with VNA ahead of Prime Minister Pham Chinh’s trip to the US.

Adopting green business practices is a must

Many major fashion and apparel brands worldwide are committed to prioritizing orders from businesses that meet the environmentally friendly production and resource-saving criteria.

PM orders establishment of Renewable Energy Center

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has tasked the Ministry of Industry and Trade to join hand with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) and other relevant ministries and agencies to set up a Renewable Energy Center.

Vietnam working seriously to realise commitments at COP26: PM

Vietnam needs considerable international support in terms of concessional capital to take measures for concurrently ensuring national energy security and achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

Businesses to take gas emission inventory in 2022

Vietnam from 2022 will produce gas emission inventory for five major fields. 

Hanoi strives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 12% by 2025

The Hanoi People's Committee has set targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the city.

How Vietnam can lure private funding to cut GHG emissions

Vietnam used to be a poor country with only negligible greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but that has changed dramatically in recent decades. 

Gas emitting factories in four provinces asked to pay up

Factories which omit too much carbon dioxide waste will have to pay fees under a new pilot scheme in four provinces.



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