Craig Bradshaw, CEO of Masan High-Tech Materials Corporation (MHT), shared the company's vision to become a leading integrated supplier of advanced high-tech materials critical to global innovation, and his thoughts on being the operator of the firm with the biggest tungsten deposits, at Núi Pháo Mining in Thái Nguyên, northern Việt Nam.
Large amounts of waste have been washing ashore n the southern central province of Quảng Ngãi recently, despite the best efforts of the community to keep the rubbish at bay.
The Mekong Delta region will enjoy robust, breakthrough development in the future, bringing prosperity and happiness through whole-of-system efforts and support from international partners, Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính said.
The central province of Thanh Hóa is not only famous for its unique stone Hồ Citadel, a world cultural heritage site, but also for various speciality foods.
Saving coral reefs in Nha Trang Bay Marine Protected Area from massive bleaching is a priority that requires a long-term, scientific and sustainable strategy, scientists and oceanographers have said.
Energy shortages are a growing concern in northern Việt Nam, especially during the summer months when power consumption spikes. The issue has been exacerbated by rising prices of input materials for power plants due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Trần Chí Thành, President of the Vietnam Atomic Energy Institute under the Ministry of Science and Technology, spoke to Việt Nam News about the proposal of developing nuclear power over the coming decades to ensure national energy security and meet the ‘net zero emission’ goal.
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 Minister of Natural Resources and Environment on Wednesday sent a message, highlighting seven focus points to fully unleash Asia’s potential for renewable energy development.
International industry experts and businesses in the energy sector stressed the importance of cross-border cooperation and technology transfer for the region’s efforts to shift away from coal power at an online webinar hosted by Việt Nam News and the Asia News Network on Wednesday.