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Climate Change Affecting Food Safety

Climate change is already having an effect on the safety of the world's food supplies and unless action is taken it's only going to get worse, a Michigan State University professor told a symposium [ … ]

   

Solutions to save legendary turtle to be fixed this week

The Hanoi Department of Science and Technology said that the measures to treat the ancient turtle and kill red-eared turtles will be approved on February 25.

 

   

Foreign languages remain a nightmare for Vietnamese students

Foreign language centers have been mushrooming in Vietnam, especially in big cities like Hanoi or HCM City. However, despite the the number of foreign language centers, foreign languages remain a nig [ … ]

   

Authorities indifferent to fish farmers’ losses

An atmosphere of gloom pervades the fishing village in Thong Nhat Ward of the southern province of Dong Nai as fish continue to die in the waters.

   

River pollution kills 36 tons of fishes

Pollution in the Dong Nai river has killed 36 tons of fishes in Thong Nhat Ward of southern Bien Hoa city, the farmers association said in a report sent to authorities Monday.

   

Endangered monkey sent to rescue center

Authorities in the central Khanh Hoa Province have handed over an endangered monkey seized from a local residence to a wildlife rescue center in Ho Chi Minh City.

   

Delays on plastic-bag controls

The implementation of a tax on plastic bags which began this year has kick-started the production of biodegradable and eco-friendly bags, but to date there are still no official regulations for the [ … ]

   

United World Colleges scholarship program Vietnam 2011 intake

The United World Colleges National Committee of Vietnam (UWC Vietnam) announces the launch of the Vietnam Intake 2011 of the United World Colleges Scholarship Program, said the Canadian Embassy to Han [ … ]

   

US orders disposal of e-waste bound for Vietnam

Two US recycling companies have been ordered to properly dispose of computer waste they attempted to illegally export from Minnesota to Vietnam, the US Environmental Protection Agency announced l [ … ]

   

Earth could be "unrecognizable" by 2050, experts warn

The earth could become "unrecognizable" by 2050, if a growing global population with higher income keeps consuming more resources, researchers warned.

   

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