Conflict between people and animals, from wolves preying on cattle in Idaho, USA; to Việt Nam’s wild elephants raiding farms for food and water; to a crocodile killing hundreds of people in Burundi, is one of the main threats to the long-term survival of some of the world’s most emblematic species, a new report from WWF and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) warned.
Five filmmakers have been given VNĐ300 million (US$13,000) each from the CJ Short Film Making Project to make short films.
With its magnificent beauty, Chua Ta cave is an artistic masterpiece of nature and has become a popular tourism destination in Điện Biên Province.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world, mostly for the worse, but it could spur humanity into finally reversing the damage we have caused to the environment. Reducing CO2 emissions and planting new trees while protecting old ones are key to laying the foundations for nature to recover in the coming decade, a goal set by the United Nations.
Located nearly 350m above sea level, Hắt Chuông cave has a wild beauty with biodiversity as well as historical, cultural and scientific values.
The Việt Nam Circus Federation has just celebrated its 65th anniversary, which is an occasion for the sector’s workers to review its history and development.
The animal protection organisation Humane Society International and national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines began a campaign against the consumption of rhino horn consumption by screening a short film, titled ‘When I Grow Up’, on all Vietnam Airlines flights as well as in premium airline lounges across Việt Nam.
Located nearly 1,000m above sea level, Thẳm Khến cave in Nà Xa Village, Mường Đun Commune, Tủa Chùa District, Điện Biên Province contains many historical, cultural and scientific values.