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Carbon pricing helps improve Vietnam’s image internationally: Foreign media

22/11/2020|07:00:00

After basically containing the spread of COVID-19, Vietnam is becoming the first developing country to adopt carbon pricing in the post-pandemic period to help guide a cleaner recovery, the site eastasiaforum.org reported in an article on November 19.

Environmental protection must be at core of socio-economic development targets: experts

09/11/2020|04:58:00

Predictions on the intensity and impacts of environmental issues on various socio-economic aspects must be highlighted in the draft documents to be submitted to the 13th National Party Congress, said deputy head of the Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) Nguyen Hung Thinh.

HCM City trials new system to collect rubbish from water bodies

18/10/2020|05:51:00

Ho Chi Minh City is piloting a new rubbish collection system in its rivers and canals that it said is more efficient.

Campaign to green up Hanoi with 4,000 trees

14/10/2020|06:03:00

The Green Vietnam Biodiversity Conservation Centre (GreenViet) in coordination with the Labour Federation of Hanoi’s Ung Hoa district and the Youth Union in Doi Binh commune has launched a campaign to plant 4,000 trees to improve the air conditions in the capital city.

Hanoi struggles to deal with plastic waste

17/09/2020|09:34:00

Plastic waste can take up to hundreds of years to decompose, creating an increasing burden on landfills, particularly when the sites run out of space to bury garbage.

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