Developing greener urban areas is one of the key pillars in Vietnam’s journey to sustainable development.
VOV.VN - The United Nations encourages the world to take action to “beat air pollution” in response to the World Environment Day 2019 (June 5). Adam Ward, Country Representative of the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) in Vietnam and Kate Bronstein, Research Environmental Engineer from RTI International give insights into Vietnam's air quality.
Policies for the implementation of the Vietnam Green Growth Urban Development Plan to 2030 were detailed at a conference in Hanoi on July 4.
Incentives are needed to encourage small- and medium–sized enterprises (SMEs) to join green growth projects, said Hoang Thi Hong, Director of the SME Development Fund (SMEDF) under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.