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Vietnam moves to reduce wastewater from industrial parks

22/03/2017|09:34:00

Wastewater treatment is an urgent issue of public concern, especially in the face of climate change and development of industrial parks and industrial clusters, authorities have said.

Hanoi to stop fish farming in the West Lake

06/03/2017|02:07:00

Hanoi authorities have banned and removed all fish farms in the West Lake after thousands of fish died last year.

Backpackers clean Ba Den Mountain

03/03/2017|10:45:00

Hundreds of local backpackers have joined in a campaign to collect rubbish from Ba Den Mountain tourist site in Tay Ninh Province.

Ly Son Island to restore Vietnam’s biggest whale skeleton

03/03/2017|10:42:00

The central island district of Ly Son plans to restore a whale skeleton and an exhibition centre for whale skeletons with an investment of 10 billion VND (442,477 USD).

Good planning needed to create a green Ha Noi

06/02/2017|11:14:00

PhD Nguyen Nguyen Cuong, director of the Centre for Education, Communication and Environment, under the Viet Nam Union of Association of Science and Technology speaks to Khoa hoc & Doi song (Science and Life) newspaper about Ha Noi’s need for a tree planting scheme along its main thoroughfares.

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