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Underground water polluted because of mismanagement

The news about land subsidence in the western provinces of the southern region…

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State-owned schools suffer from teacher brain drain

Teachers who once coveted jobs at state-owned schools in the past are now…

Minister urges prevention tools to reduce school violence

There is no better way to respond to school violence than by preventing it from happening.


Alarm raised over pollution at craft villages

Environmental pollution in some craft villages, especially food processing villages in the central province of Nghệ An, has gotten worse. It not only affects local communities but also raise [ … ]


Deal signed to build cyclic plastic waste disposal plant on Phú Quốc Island

Dutch company Upp! UpCycling Plastic and Toàn Hải Vân JSC (a member company of TTC Land) on April 11 signed a co-operation agreement to build a cyclic plastic-waste disposal plant [ … ]


Việt Nam has great potential to develop renewable energy: experts

The Sài Gòn High-Tech Park Incubation Centre (SHTP-IC) and New Energy Nexus in Southeast Asia are kicking off the New Energy Nexus programme to support Vietnamese start-up companies in the r [ … ]


Quảng Nam seeks to save Cửa Đại Beach from erosion

The appearance of a 15ha sandbank, 1.8km off the Cửa Đại Beach since early this year offers a chance to research changing riverhead flows and sand sedimentation at lower lands, according to [ … ]


City urges private garbage collectors to replace unsafe vehicles

HCM City has urged private garbage collectors to replace unsafe and unsanitary vehicles by the end of October.


Climate-smart food production key for agricultural sector

As Việt Nam’s agricultural sector is facing serious impacts of climate change, it is necessary to adapt and improve food production.


Renewable-energy plan could help VN meet power goals by 2030

A long-term plan for renewable energy sources such as solar and wind must be devised for Việt Nam to realise its goal of connecting the entire country to the national grid, experts have said [ … ]


State-owned schools suffer from teacher brain drain

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Teachers who once coveted jobs at state-owned schools in the past are now leaving the schools for private education establishments which offer higher salaries.


Climate change adaptation centre of VN -Netherlands ties

Climate change adaption and water management were top priorities for Việt Nam-Netherlands diplomatic relations, said Deputy Prime Minister Trịnh Đình Dũng.


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