Trash littered along the National Road 5
Numerous piles of garbage along the sides of a national road considered the ‘lifeblood’ route in the northern economic region prompted public concerns.
Thousands of private clinics in HCM City have to comply with a new regulation on medical waste collection introduced earlier this month, reported Thanh Niên (Young People) Newspaper.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), has organised a programme to introduce the zero-waste concept to companies in the tourism and hospitality sectors.
As in other big cities across the country, Hà Nội’s residents are suffering from serious noise pollution.
In only a week, two captive Asiatic black bears were rescued in the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng.
Việt Nam now has about 800 large urban areas, of which there are more than 100 cities. The high speed of urban development requires well-trained urban management staff, said Kinh Tế & Đô Thị (Economic and Urban Affairs) newspaper.
Hưng Yên Province has fined AOCC Ltd. Co. VNĐ400 million (approximately US$16,000) for committing another environmental violation.
Local authorities are trying to bury the body of a 150kg dolphin that drifted to the coast of Phú Quốc, confirmed Kiên Giang southern province’s Phú Quốc District authorities.
Authorities in southern Bình Dương Province have discovered that a company had been illegally dumping untreated industrial waste in the Tân Uyên Commune.
Vietnamese people can control their own forest resources, ensure food security and diversify their income through the application of Management Information System for Forest Sector in Việt Nam (FORMIS).