One morning by the end of April, Nguyễn Văn Phú, a local in Nguyên Khê Commune, Hà Nội’s Đông Anh District woke up shocking to find that fish being raised in Nguyên Khê Lagoon died en mass.
Việt Nam News reporter Ngọc Bích speaks with Dr. Frank Rijsberman, director general of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) -- a Seoul-based international organisation -- about the potential of renewable energy in Việt Nam and what the country should do to overcome challenges in the process of implementing renewable projects.
Executives from around 20 companies in Eastern Germany met with authorities from five southern and central Vietnamese cities and provinces with the largest amount of German investment yesterday (Friday) to explore investment opportunities.
As part of the second APEC Senior Officials Meeting (SOM 2) and related meeting, the Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) hosted a Trade Policy Dialogue (TPD) on Environmental Services in Hà Nội on Thursday.
Around 1.1 million residents of central coastal cities are expected to benefit from a World Bank’s project to provide better sanitation services and better transport infrastructure in the region, according to the bank.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Norwegian Embassy organised a business seminar on sustainable aquaculture in Cần Thơ Province on Saturday.
Colossal import of scrap steel was silently turning Việt Nam into an industrial landfill of the world, raising alarms on the environmental risks coming with the waste.
The Kiên Giang Province People’s Committee has approved a plan to make Phú Quốc a smart city by 2020.
A year after it caused mass fish deaths by discharging untreated waste directly into the sea, an inspection has found Formosa having addressed 52 of 53 environmental violations.
The newly established five modal (rail/road/air/river/sea) infrastructure network has brought a great deal of investment to the Red River Delta, especially Hải Phòng, delegates told a seminar held in HCM City on Wednesday.