HCM City authorities plan to reduce the exploitation of groundwater from now to 2025 to prevent land subsidence and protect residents’ health.
HCM City needs long-term flood-prevention plans that would focus on the most densely populated areas first and limit development in lowland areas, experts said at a meeting held on June 20 in the city.
Heineken Việt Nam on Thursday released its fourth annual Sustainability Report.
The Bình Định Department of Natural Resources and Environment has fined a sugar-processing company VNĐ1.9 billion (US$83,100) for discharging waste water.
Despites efforts by authorities, pollution at industrial parks and clusters in the Mekong province of Cà Mau has risen to alarming levels, affecting the lives of local residents.
The Cần Thơ Department of Health said there have been 213 cases of dengue fever in the city this year and 60 hotspots.
Numerous piles of garbage along the sides of a national road considered the ‘lifeblood’ route in the northern economic region prompted public concerns.
Being one of the four biggest fishing ports in the central province of Hà Tĩnh, Cửa Nhượng Fishing Port is always busy with trading boats early in the morning.
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.
Việt Nam has more stringent regulations for treating wastewater produced by livestock than many developed countries.