EU supports fight against coastal erosion
5/29/2017 4:47:18 PM (GMT+7)
EU and France facilitate research and discussions on causes and protection measures in context of climate change, Hoi An workshop hears.

100,000 youngsters in join environmental campaign
5/29/2017 4:54:14 PM (GMT+7)
A summer youth volunteer campaign and a beach-cleaning activity were launched on Sunday in the central Thanh Hoa Province, to observe World Environment Day 2017 (June 5).


 
Mass lobster deaths in Phu Yen
5/29/2017 1:12:34 PM (GMT+7)
 Farmers in the southern coastal province of Phu Yen are losing hundreds of billions of dong as their lobsters are dying en mass.

Mekong Delta struggles with erosion
5/29/2017 11:16:38 AM (GMT+7)
 The Mekong Delta region, home to about 18 million people, is Vietnam’s largest agriculture hub. However, the region faces serious erosion in river and sea banks due to climate change and human factors.


 
Severe erosion threatens Binh Thuan
5/29/2017 10:01:50 AM (GMT+7)
Hundreds of metres of coastal land in Binh Thuan has been lost to the sea in the last ten years. Residents along the coastline live under the threat of homelessness as their house can be swallowed by the sea at any time due to climate change.

Hoi An mulls sand mining ban to save beach
5/28/2017 11:44:57 AM (GMT+7)
A ban on sand mining in the area of Thu Bon River’s Cua Dai estuary and Hoi An’s beaches may help save Cua Dai Beach from worsening erosion.


 
Renewable energy a must for Vietnam
5/28/2017 10:05:31 AM (GMT+7)
 Developing renewable energy sources is more urgent than ever to meet demand for power, ensure sustainable growth and cope with climate change in the country, experts said yesterday at a meeting held in HCM City.

Hundred of hectares of forestland encroached upon in Gia Lai
5/28/2017 9:57:37 AM (GMT+7)
 Due to insufficient management, hundreds of hectares of forest in Gia Lai province have been illegally converted to domestic housing and agricultural land.


 
How many doucs live in Son Tra?
5/27/2017 9:42:00 AM (GMT+7)
At least 1,335 red-shanked doucs are believed to be living on Son Tra Peninsula. But many scientists are doubtful about the figure, which was released in a recent workshop by GreenVet, an NGO. 

Experts: red-shanked douc endangered by Son Tra tourism
5/25/2017 8:20:00 AM (GMT+7)
VietNamNet Bridge - The tourism boom in Son Tra peninsula may damage the ecological system and threaten the habitat of the red-shanked douc, considered the symbol of Da Nang City, experts say.


 
Central Highlands halt licensing forest conversion projects
5/26/2017 4:55:14 PM (GMT+7)
 The Central Highlands provinces have halted licensing projects involving the use of natural forests for other land needs, particularly for industrial tree plantations, and those likely to overexploit forest products in converted forest areas.

HCM City to crack whip on ungreen projects
5/26/2017 3:56:24 PM (GMT+7)
HCM City authorities will carry out regular checks of housing projects to ensure they have the stipulated green areas, with a focus on large projects already occupied by residents.


 

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