Hoàng Thị Thanh Nhàn, deputy director of the Department of Nature Biodiversity Conservation, speaks to Vietnam News Agency (VNA) about the current context and measures to be taken for wildlife conservation.
Over the years, the province of Ninh Bình has actively implemented measures to conserve biodiversity and sustainably develop the value that natural ecosystems offer.
Dr. Socorro Escalante, Acting WHO Representative in Việt Nam, spoke to the Vietnam News Agency on the impact of monkeypox and the risk of an outbreak in Asia
A group of organisations on Monday proposed some solutions to Hà Nội authorities for the protection of bears from exploitation in the capital.
Few people know that the SEA Games mascot – Sao La (the 'Asian unicorn') was first discovered in Vũ Quang National Park in the central province of Hà Tĩnh in 1992.
U Minh Thượng National Park in the southern province of Kiên Giang has been welcoming an increasing number of tourists after months of closure to prevent COVID-19 and wildfires.
Seven baby Indochinese tigers, who were rescued from wildlife traffickers in the central province of Nghệ An in August 2021, are growing stronger every day thanks to the special care of the staff at the Wildlife Centre of Pù Mát National Park over the last eight months.
For years Party members in the mountainous district of Thạch Thành in Thanh Hoá Province have been at the forefront of household economic development, spreading dynamism and creativity to local people.
The People’s Committee of the central province of Quảng Bình has approved a project to support the work of wildlife rescue, conservation and release at the Center for Rescue, Conservation and Creature Development in the Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park.
More elephants in the central highlands of Việt Nam will retire from their laborious and controversial work in tourism from 2022, amid growing concern over the welfare of this extraordinary animal
Illegal trafficking of wild animals remains a problem in Việt Nam despite the efforts of the Government and wildlife preservation organisations. There has been a decline in the number of many precious, rare and endemic species, putting many of them at risk of extinction.
An endangered pangolin (Manis Javanica), rescued by local residents living on Cham Islands, has been returned to the wild.