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HSBC cùng WWF-Việt Nam tái sinh 150 ha rừng ngập mặn tại Cà Mauicon
Môi trường22/10/20200

HSBC cùng WWF-Việt Nam tái sinh 150 ha rừng ngập mặn tại Cà Mau

 HSBC Việt Nam vừa hợp tác với WWF-Việt Nam để thực hiện một dự án phục hồi rừng ngập mặn tại Vườn Quốc gia Mũi Cà Mau ở cực Nam của đất nước.

 
WWF urges end to wildlife trade, consumption in Asia-Pacificicon

WWF urges end to wildlife trade, consumption in Asia-Pacific

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
03/03/2020

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has appealed for an end to the wildlife trade and consumption across the Asia-Pacific region amid the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and similar diseases in recent years.

Only severe punishment can help stop wildlife trafficking in Vietnam: NA deputiesicon

Only severe punishment can help stop wildlife trafficking in Vietnam: NA deputies

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
19/02/2020

A member of the National Assembly’s Legal Committee, Pham Van Hoa, said it is necessary to set up a mechanism which would supervise and severely punish the slaughter and trafficking of wildlife.

Survey finds public lacks knowledge about pollution levelsicon

Survey finds public lacks knowledge about pollution levels

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
13/02/2020

Contrary to the perception that the community ‘is shouting for help’, many people are not complaining much about pollution, while business households are indifferent to the problem.

WWF-Vietnam, GreenViet work to protect endangered primatesicon

WWF-Vietnam, GreenViet work to protect endangered primates

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
13/02/2020

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)-Vietnam and the Centre of Biodiversity Conservation, GreenViet, will work together on a project to protect the gray-shanked douc langurs in the central province’s Nui Thanh District in 2020.

Red Book animals in danger, turtles threatened with extinctionicon

Red Book animals in danger, turtles threatened with extinction

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
29/01/2020

Of hundreds of Red-Book wildlife species on sale nationwide, turtles are the most wanted species.

Farm produce market sells red-book wild animalsicon

Farm produce market sells red-book wild animals

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
20/01/2020

Along the border line with Cambodia is an area called the southern ‘wildlife metropolis’.

WWF launches Plastic Smart Cities initiative in Southeast Asiaicon

WWF launches Plastic Smart Cities initiative in Southeast Asia

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
21/11/2019

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is calling on cities in Southeast Asia to join Patong (Thailand), Donsol (Philippines) and Phu Quoc Islands (Vietnam) in making a commitment to eliminate plastic pollution,

Wildcat sent to rescue centreicon

Wildcat sent to rescue centre

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
06/11/2019

The Centre for Rescue, Conservation and Creatures Development at Cat Tien National Park in southern Dong Nai Province has received a rare leopard cat rescued from the Gia An 115 Hospital in HCM City.

The warrior who rescues rhinosicon

The warrior who rescues rhinos

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
08/08/2019

At the age of 28, Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Thao, a Vietnamese student returning from the UK, had many job choices. Finally, she decided to go to Africa to attend a 2-year training course.

Experts discuss ways to protect tigersicon

Experts discuss ways to protect tigers

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
30/07/2019

Experts discussed Vietnam’s efforts to protect tigers and other endangered animals at a forum yesterday.

Towards plastic alternatives in Vietnamicon

Towards plastic alternatives in Vietnam

FEATURE
17/06/2019

New opportunities will come to plastic and packaging producers in Vietnam ready to change their business strategies.