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Will the Mekong Delta sink by 2100?

The Mekong Delta loses 300 hectares of land each year because of river…

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Students study, earn money at labs

Working in laboratories not only allows students to translate knowledge into practice, but…

Bắc Kạn to prosecute deforestation culprits

Police in Bạch Thông District, Bắc Kạn Province have reported that they are rushing to file prosecution documents against people involved in recent incidents of illegal deforestation.

   

Rampant underground water usage blamed for HCM City subsidence

Rampant underground water usage blamed for HCM City subsidence

HCM City has called on residents to stop using underground water and seal the wells due to serious subsidence in the city.

   

Keeping an eye on air quality

Keeping an eye on air quality

One Vietnamese startup is set to launch a solution that monitors air quality in the workplace or wherever people gather.

   

Towards plastic alternatives in Vietnam

Towards plastic alternatives in Vietnam

New opportunities will come to plastic and packaging producers in Vietnam ready to change their business strategies.

   

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

Climate change: Quang Binh faces severe drought

In Quang Binh province, dozens of local reservoirs are running out of water which puts the summer-fall rice crop of 2018-2019 at risk.

   

Will the Mekong Delta sink by 2100?

Will the Mekong Delta sink by 2100?

The Mekong Delta loses 300 hectares of land each year because of river and coastline erosion, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD).

   

Experts suggest Hanoi clean dying river with Red river’s water

It is worth pondering the dissolution of To Lich water with the Red river’s water because the To Lich river is facing the risk of becoming a dead river when it received little amount of wate [ … ]

   

Pollution affects southern HCMC residents

Pollution affects southern HCMC residents

Residents in the south of HCMC, including districts 7, 8, Nha Be and Binh Chanh, have complained of a terrible odor from a nearby dumpsite, particularly at night and on rainy days.

   

Mud dumping off Quy Nhon coast proposed

Vietnam Maritime Administration (Vinamarine) is seeking authorities of the central province of Binh Dinh for dumping 300,000 cubic metres of mud off the coast of Quy Nhon City.

   

Striving to improve air quality and protect community health

Việt Nam’s air quality is reaching hazardous levels and is seriously affecting residents’ health.

   

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