|The Dong Van karst plateau - northern Ha Giang Province.— Photo nguoiduatin
HA NOI (VNS) — According to a new plan, by 2030, Viet Nam will have 25 to 30 national geological parks, of which two or three will be recognised as having international standards.
The implementation of the geological heritage preservation and parks management plan, approved by the Prime Minister, has started this year in 37 cities and provinces.
It will ensure that scientific research of geological heritage is carried out, that policies for geological heritage are finalised, promote international cooperation in the area and ensure the completion of a set of criteria to categorise, and assess and recognise geological heritage and parks. — VNS