Vietnam has huge energy needs while the US, with is abundance, is seeking to boost energy diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific region.
The Vietnam Green Building Week 2019 is taking place in Hanoi from September 23 to 27 with a wide range of activities.
VOV.VN - Hanoi is scheduled to play host to Vietnam Green Architecture Week 2019 from September 23-27 as part of a range of activities taking place in response to the World Green Building Week program.
Activity throughout the life cycle of materials, from mining, manufacturing, and transportation, to usage and disposal always has an impact on the environment. Exploitation can even destroy the ecosystem, pollute the environment, and consume energy and resources. Therefore, the exploitation of new resources needs to be limited.
The Vietnam Maritime Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Maritime Bank) has been certified by assessment body Economic Dividends for Gender Equality (EDGE) in recognition of its commitment to gender equality in the workplace.
The Ho Chi Minh City Power Corporation under the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN HCMC) has been presented an Economic Dividends for Gender Equality (EDGE) Certification, making it the first enterprise in Vietnam to receive the certification.
The number of construction works granted green building certificates in Vietnam remains modest, but is rapidly rising.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is going to provide Nam Cuong Corporation with technical support in order to accelerate the developer’s green construction agenda and promote green building in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Capital House and SGS (Société Générale de Surveillance) Vietnam is expected to sign a consulting contract on granting EDGE green building certification to the EcoLife Capitol project in Nam Tu Liem precinct and EcoHome Phuc Loi project in Long Bien precinct, Hanoi.
Franchising has grown into a prevailing investment channel with strong adaptability and a bright growth prospect in Vietnam.
Minor changes in construction protocols can bring about great differences in terms of a building’s efficiency. However, recognizing the right changes is not always simple when resource-efficient housing and commercial buildings are still not widely visible in emerging markets.
Buildings impact directly and indirectly on their surrounding environment, as during their construction and over the course of their lifetime they draw huge volumes of energy, water, and raw materials.