Many European Union (EU) nations are helping Việt Nam tackle climate change through various projects.
The HCM City People’s Committee has ordered Bình Thạnh District to install cameras by the end of next month to monitor littering in canals.
The overexploitation of white sand resource in Quảng Ngãi Province’s Lý Sơn island district – as known as Cù Lao Ré – has led to a shortage of white sand. This has thwarted the garlic farming activities of local residents.
TRAFFIC and Đom Đóm -- the hub for experimental music & art -- yesterday opened an art exhibition titled "Gravity" at the Hà Nội Old Quarter Cultural Exchange Centre in Hà Nội.
Up to 500 youth of Cát Hải Island District in the northern port city of Hải Phòng participated in a coastal cleanup campaign on Cát Bà Island yesterday morning.
The appearance of a large sinkhole in Cẩm Phả City in northeastern Quảng Ninh Province is due to natural land movement, according to the Institute of Geological Sciences.
Following increasing criticism of Việt Nam’s failure to crack down on wildlife crime, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc issued a new directive earlier this month instructing authorities and law enforcement agencies across the country to take urgent measures to combat the illegal trade in wildlife.
Many islets in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta, where thousands of families live, are also expected to vanish because of serious erosion.
Pollution in HCM City canals is worsening as large quantities of household and industrial wastewater, as well as rubbish, are being discharged or dumped into city canals, according to the city’s Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Months after the Formosa toxic spill, many types of seafood bred at fishing farms in the four central provinces affected by the incident or caught within 20 nautical miles of the shore are now deemed safe for consumption, a joint ministerial study has concluded.