Less tourism activity and waste around the Chàm Islands – a world biodiversity reserve site – would help the marine ecosystem in waters off the islands recover after the two-month social distancing order due to COVID-19.
Drowning is one of the top causes of death of children in Việt Nam, with more children drowning here than any other country in Southeast Asia.
The central coastal province of Quảng Nam has set a target of serving 8.1 million tourists in 2020 and continuing to enhance tourism products' quality.
A rescue centre has been set up for the first time in Mũi Dứa Cave on Cù Lao Chàm Island in an attempt to rescue thousands of baby swallows which fall from their nests each year.
Water shortage in Hội An tourism city, the central Việt Nam, was greatly affecting the lives of thousands of local households and tourists.
A creative craftsman in Hội An turns trash into unique pieces of art, promoting a message of sustainability.
Local fisherman Huỳnh Tấn Lộc now earned his living mostly from home-stay and cuisine service or night-fishing on boat rather than fishing.