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No compensation for mass fish deaths caused by hydropower discharge


Farmers will not receive compensation for an incident which left hundreds of tonnes of farmed fish dead after Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant discharged its reservoir. The incident has been described as unavoidable natural disease-related discharges in the water

Formosa should consider environmental issue as crucial to its survival: PM


Formosa should regard the environmental issue as crucial to its survival, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, during his July 24 working session with leaders of the Hung Nghiep Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Co. Ltd. (FHS), which was responsible for the severe sea environmental incident in four provinces across central Vietnam last year.

Hanoi eyes more car wash systems at filling stations


Hanoi’s Industry and Trade Department has proposed to build automatic car wash systems at 67 filling stations as a measure to curb air pollution in the city.

Hanoi trials double-decker sightseeing bus


Hanoi’s leading bus operator Transerco has commenced with the trial of sightseeing bus tour services using double-decker buses, offering tourists a new choice to explore the capital city.

Navy implicated in Ha Long Bay limestone quarrying profiteering


Mountains in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ha Long Bay are being destroyed for stones by the navy.

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US Assistant Secretary of State and 10 Ambassadors...

Quang Binh provincial People's Committee on March 8th announced...

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Save the Dong Nai River: experts

HA NOI (VNS) — Scientist and experts have renewed their calls to the National Assembly and the Government...

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Some pictures of Starting Ceremony of Cycling...

(VACNE) - Afternoon of 22/07/2014, under...

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World Environment Day meeting held in Binh Duong

A meeting in response to the World Environment Day (June 5) was held in the southern province...

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Far left predicted to overtake Greens for...

The far left is expected to overtake the Greens for the first...

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