VOV.VN - 110 kilometers from Tuyen Quang city, the Na Hang eco-tourism area has emerged as a tourist destination popular for its unspoiled beauty and unique ethnic culture.
For the first time in Vietnam, an alliance of business enterprises for environmental protection has been launched to tackle environmental issues in the country.
A workshop was held in Hanoi on December 10 with a focus on national guidance for identifying plastic pollution hotspots and working out solutions.
A male stump-tailed macaque, or Macaca arctoides, has been released into the wild of the Ba Na-Nui Chua nature reserve after undergoing nine days of treatment at the central city-based Truong Son Viet veterinary clinic.
Experts and researchers gathered at a national conference held in the central city of Da Nang on October 20 to discuss measures to reduce ocean debris from aquaculture activities.
Three turtle species endemic to Vietnam have just been included in an international list of species threatened with extinction, effectively outlawing their trade.
The Cham Islands’ Marine Protected Area (MPA) management board, in cooperation with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), has launched a new garbage sorting programme as part of efforts to reduce plastic waste in Vietnam.
A conference on how to enhance cooperation in protecting the Mekong River via smarter water energy planning approaches and wide application of renewable energy throughout the Mekong region was held in Hanoi on June 28.
A seminar in Hanoi on June 10 highlighted the fact that existing policies and laws on plastic waste management have yet to match this type of waste’s impacts on the environment and human health.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) held a workshop on technology and management solutions for wastewater treatment from tour boats and tourism activities in Ha Long Bay and Cat Ba Archipelago on April 5 in the northern coastal province of Quang Ninh.
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas (IUCN Green List) was introduced at a workshop held in the northern province of Ninh Binh on March 27.
Forest rangers in the central province of Nghe An have detained five local men for allegedly killing two langurs in the Pu Mat National Park.
A seminar discussing sustainable energy development and safety of dykes and hydropower reservoirs in Vietnam took place in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh on December 19.
Tram Chim National Park in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap, a Ramsar site in Vietnam, has seen 192 hectares of its plants recovered thanks to preservation efforts.
An artwork creation campaign on plastic waste and polystyrenes is taking place in Minh Chau commune of Van Don district, northeastern Quang Ninh province, with a view to helping raise public awareness of marine pollution.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has launched a communication campaign to cut the use of plastic bags on Ly Son island, as a prelude to its sea turtle conservation programme on the island.
A camera trap has caught the large-antlered muntjac, one of the rarest and most threatened mammal species of Southeast Asia, for the first time in the central province of Quang Nam.
A training workshop was held in Can Tho city on May 18 to provide provincial and municipal officials with information about the Mekong Delta Plan to support the implementation of Resolution 120/NQ-CP on sustainable and climate-resilient development of the Mekong Delta.
A Vietnamese fisherman has released a rare turtle back into the ocean after snaring it off the central coast of Ha Tinh Province despite being offered a large sum of money for the creature.
Sustainable tourism development in the world natural heritage sites was the focus of discussion at a talk with the media in Hanoi on March 12.