The Greenovation Challenge contest, aimed at seeking initiatives to solve plastic waste issues in Việt Nam, has been launched in Hà Nội.
Hà Nội plans to move 117 polluting enterprises from the inner city by 2020, but the blueprint has met a number of obstacles.
Recycling the world’s wastewater, almost all of which goes untreated, would ease global water shortages while protecting the environment, the United Nations said in a major report on Wednesday.
More plastic dustbins for special garbage such as empty bottles or package of plant protection substances should be installed along vegetable gardens in Hà Nội’s Long Biên District to better protect the environment, local authority has said.
HCM City is promoting responsible tourism, considered the best approach to meet objectives related to economic development, local socio-cultural preservation and environmental protection.
HCM City plans to allocate more than VNĐ1 trillion (US$45 million) to curb air pollution at the Đa Phước Waste Treatment Complex and Đa Phước Cemetery in outlying Binh Chánh district.
In Hà Nội, more and more people are aware of the need to live sustainably and start to use environmentally friendly items.
Inflammable and explosive materials found in households that earn their living through rubbish collection is endangering the safety of residents, but many underestimate the potential risk.
Coral reefs may be dying off at an alarming rate and pollution and overfishing emptying the seas. But fear not. Help is at hand in the form of a new wave of cartoon superheroes determined to save the oceans.
Việt Nam uses and gets rid of lots of plastic. It is a material that takes many, many years to break down. Students have therefore decided to make lampshades from the material.