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Low-carbon rice production helps Vietnam meet emission target


Moving to low-carbon rice production offers the highest potential for Vietnam to meet its goal of cutting methane emissions by 30% by 2030 while boosting the competitiveness of a strategic export item, a new World Bank report says.

Swiss fund sponsors conservation of Lam Dong’s endemic oak specie


Franklinia, a Swiss private foundation, has agreed to fund a conservation project for two endangered species of endemic oak in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.

Ministry quashes plans to build road through biosphere reserve


The Ministry of Transport (MOT) has assessed that the construction of a road through the Dong Nai biosphere reserve, to connect Binh Phuoc and Dong Nai provinces, should not go ahead as it would have a great impact on the ecosystem of the reserve.

Kien Giang Province farmers switch to cajuput


More farmers in Kien Giang Province’s Giong Rieng District have switched to growing cajuput trees on unproductive rice fields, fallow areas and lands with acid sulphate soil, optimal places for them to grow.

MARD, USAID agree to partner on addressing climate change in Mekong Delta


The Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) signed an agreement on climate change cooperation in the Mekong Delta for the 2022-2027 period in Hanoi on June 13.

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The first Green Cypress to be recognized...

(VACNE) – These are 2 green cypress trees more than 300 years old...

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Some pictures of the ceremony to recognize...

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ADB finances climate resilience infrastructure...

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $60 million financing...

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US support Vietnam strengthen wildlife protection

The US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Ministry of Agriculture and...

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