Quang Tri: Fishermen call for help because the sea estuary is flooded
For many years, Cua Tung estuary (Vinh Linh district, Quang Tri province) has been seriously flooded, making it difficult for fishermen to bring their ships to shore to buy and sell seafood, necessities and vacations.
Ca Mau loses about 450 hectares of coastal land every year
Due to the influence of the northeast monsoon combined with high tides, the East coast is severely affected. In many sections, the protection forest belt has been completely lost and the land has been eroded from 50 to 80 m deep on the coastline with a length of more than 10,000 m.
Launching a contest to create items from waste sources
On May 14, in the city. Hoi An (Quang Nam province), the Central Children's Activity Instruction Center (Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee) in collaboration with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment held the launching ceremony of the contest to create model objects. from garbage for children with the theme "Keeping the sea clean for the future"
Tears of farmers who lost their crops because of unusual weather
The erratic weather makes the winter-spring rice crop of farmers in Sa Nghia commune (Sa Thay, Kon Tum) almost lost.
Wind and Solar Energy: Opportunities and prospects for Vietnam
On May 6, in Hanoi, the Second Meeting of Vietnam Renewable Energy Network took place. This event has
ECODE – Capacity building training on Climate Change Adaptation in Quang Binh
On May 17, 2017, the Center for Ecological Community Development held a training session to share experiences on "TOT training skills for a group of source trainers on agriculture
Detecting industrial chemicals in dead fish and clams
According to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment of Kien Giang province, the results of analysis of water samples at the dead fish area on Ha Tien Bay have determined the indicator of surfactants with high signs.
Launching $1 trillion solar energy program
India and France have launched a potentially $1 trillion program to help developing countries fully harness solar energy. Together with the three main European markets of the UK, Germany and France, India is emerging as the world's 4th largest solar market with additional capacity expected to reach 5