The ancient town of Hội An, in co-operation with UNESCO, has launched the 2020 Plastic Action Day, boosting drastic activities in protecting the ocean and saying ‘No’ to single-use plastic products.
The ancient town of Hội An will offer free entrance to tourists visiting the Old Quarter and craft villages from December 1-4 to mark the 21st anniversary of Hội An's recognition as a UNESCO world heritage site.
The ninth storm to enter the East Sea this year will be the fourth to make landfall within a span of a single month.
At least one person was killed, 29 were injured and more than 1,700 houses’ roofs were blown away after Storm Noul made landfall on Quảng Bình and Thừa Thiên-Huế provinces at around 10am on Friday morning.
The central province of Quảng Nam has allocated a fund of VNĐ300 billion (US$13 million) to build an underwater dyke system protecting Cửa Đại Beach from erosion.
The ancient city of Hội An plans to name Phan Chu Trinh street as a new pedestrian area to ease traffic congestion and overloading of infrastructure.
A creative craftsman in Hội An turns trash into unique pieces of art, promoting a message of sustainability.