As the trade-off between business efficiency and “going green” is diminishing, Việt Nam’s economy and enterprises are accelerating towards green and sustainable growth in line with mainstream global trends.
The south-central coastal province of Ninh Thuận has leapfrogged to become Việt Nam’s leading locality in renewable energy development, Vice Chairman of Ninh Thuận People’s Committee Phan Tấn Cảnh said in his remarks the Asia virtual conference.
The United State Agency for International Development (USAID) Biodiversity Conservation Activity has launched a $1.4 million Species Conservation Fund (SCF) in Việt Nam
The Saving Threatened Wildlife project aims to help Việt Nam control the increasingly serious wildlife trafficking situation.
The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Trà Vinh is developing more nature-based tourism products and new-style rural areas to attract tourists and improve local incomes.
The collection of used batteries in Hà Nội is currently at a standstill due to various problems.
Việt Nam has succeeded in developing its sea and island tourism with attractive tourism products, leading to a rise in both domestic and international visitors. However, the rapid growth of the industry requires planning to ensure sustainable development in the future.
The World Bank (WB)-funded Urban Development and Enhanced Climate Resilience Project will be implemented to improve access to infrastructure and connectivity and to reduce flood risk in the urban core of Vĩnh Long City in the Mekong Delta province of Vĩnh Long.
The State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV) has been consistent in its policy to strictly control credit flows into areas with high risks, such as real estate and securities, and this policy will continue to be implemented in 2022 and beyond, SBV Deputy Governor Đào Minh Tú said at a regular Government press conference last week.
Over the years, the province of Ninh Bình has actively implemented measures to conserve biodiversity and sustainably develop the value that natural ecosystems offer.
A host of activities are scheduled during the Vietnam Sea and Island Week, starting from June 1