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Coastal urban planning needs major revamp: experts

One of the most important issues in urban development and planning of coastal areas and islands is resolving the conflict between economic development and preservati [ … ]

   

Hand-made toys for mountainous children in Nghe An

Nursery schools in a poor district in the central province of Nghe An have boosted the implementation of a movement to make hand-made toys for the children.

   

Cà Mau authorities reject extension of treatment plant shutdown

Authorities in the southern province of Cà Mau do not agree that Cà Mau City’s garbage treatment plant should extend its shutdown to conduct repairs, deputy chairman of the provincial People [ … ]

   

The difficulties of pangolin conservation

Protecting pangolins from the wildlife trade is a difficult task.

   

Đà Nẵng says no to single-use plastic products

Đà Nẵng has launched a campaign to call on the community to ‘Say No’ to single-use plastic products to deal with pollution and waste treatment costs.

   

Human push wildlife populations to the brink

Humanity and the way we feed, fuel and finance our societies and economies is pushing nature and the services that power and sustain us to the brink, according to the WWF’s 2018 Living Plane [ … ]

   

Law proposes higher teacher standards

More than 107,000 pre-school teachers, accounting for nearly 34 per cent of pre-school teachers nationwide, will be considered below standard and need to receive more training if the amended [ … ]

   

Pollution fee a burden on the poor

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The HCM City Transport Department has suggested that municipal authorities create a plan to control vehicle emissions and collect pollution fees. 

   

School drop-outs increase as children in mountainous areas lose subsidies

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Hundreds of pupils in the mountainous areas of Quang Nam Province may stop going to schools as government is going to stop providing food to boarding schools.

   

Polytechnic students struggle to meet foreign language standards

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Economics, diplomacy and social science majors find it easier to learn foreign languages than students at polytechnic schools. 

   

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