The European Parliament is expected to vote for the agreement on January 31, 2020 and the agreement could be ratified in February 2020.
Việt Nam should be an ambitious and demanding participant in international climate negotiations, recommended experts at Wednesday’s pre-COP24 Workshop hosted by the NGO Climate Change Working Group (CCWG) in collaboration with Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung Vietnam and the World Wildlife Fund.
HCM City should learn lessons from major cities in developed countries on how to become a smart city, speakers said at an international conference held on Sept 28 in the city.
After 2020, Việt Nam could avoid building any new coal plants, while maintaining a safe, affordable and secure energy system.
Trade unions in Việt Nam have been urged to carry out programmes that would raise awareness about the importance of workers learning new skills for the digital manufacturing age.
A majority of Vietnamese labourers may face unemployment in the next 10 years when industrial revolution 4.0 kicks in as their weak and outdated skills cannot meet the demand of enterprises.
Việt Nam needs to shift from a low middle-income to higher-income nation and avoid the middle-income trap by reforming policy content, structure and organisation, heard an international seminar.