Đà Nẵng’s tourism department plans to open representative offices in China and Europe to promote investment, trade and tourism between East Asia and European markets in the coming years.
The central province would close or remove the polluted cement plant in Bình Đông commune in Bình Sơn district if the plant’s managing board does not take any measure to improve the quality of air and dust emission in the coming time.
The central province of Quảng Ngãi has allocated funds of VNĐ42 billion to support ecosystem recovery and biodiversity supervision as well as strengthening the protection of the Lý Sơn Marine Protected Area (MPA) for the 2018-22 period.
Đà Nẵng has been given the title of National Green City 2017-18 by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)’s One Planet City Challenge programme, making it onto a list of 21 cities from around the world.
Đà Nẵng Port handled more than 774,000 tonnes of cargo in June, the highest amount so far, according to Việt Nam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines).
The central city’s environmental protection sub-department has been testing the quality of water samples taken from the ocean beside Đà Nẵng and at waste water discharge outlets after local residents and tourists suffered rashes after swimming at public beaches in recent scorching days.
The 6th Global Environment Facility (GEF-6) closed in the central city yesterday with nearly 30 countries pledging to create a US$4.1 billion fund to protect the future of the planet and human well-being.
The Government of Việt Nam has been implementing drastic measures to increase forest coverage in the Central Highlands region, while improving output of coffee and high value crops in easing deforestation.
Police in the central province of Quảng Nam have detained six Taiwanese citizens on suspicion of fraud and asset appropriation, online newspaper Vietnamplus.vn reported.