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Ministry allows mud dumping off Vung Tau

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The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has approved the dumping of 14.3 million cubic metres of mud off the coast of the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.

 

Ninh Thuận to focus on solar power

The central province of Ninh Thuận is seeking more investment for solar power, especially rooftop projects.

   

Environmental monitoring station opens in Cần Thơ

The Việt Nam Environment Administration under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment on Tuesday launched a four-storey environmental monitoring station for Cần Thơ and other provi [ … ]

   

HCMC attempts to cut use of non-biodegradable plastic bags

HCMC aims to cut off non-biodegradable plastic bags in supermarkets, shopping malls and markets, collect and recycle plastic bags produced from household activities this year.

   

Mekong Delta faces severe salinization

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Early March, gradual saltwater intrusion in coastal provinces in the Mekong Delta is threatening to the primary production system and daily activities.

   

Drought, saltwater intrusion hits Mekong Delta sooner than expected

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Drought and saltwater intrusion are affecting the Mekong Delta earlier than usual.


   

Coal ash consumption in dire need of organization

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Due to the rising volume of coal ashes produced by thermal power plants, Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung noted that it was necessary to change the way of handling these ashes.


   

Should Vietnam lower environmental standards to foster industry?

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Reports all show that environmental quality has been declining, especially in industrial zone areas.

   

Rescuing rivers: measures will fail if public refuses to cooperate

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Local authorities have spent big money to rescue polluted rivers, but the problem has not been settled as pollution continues to reappear after cleanup efforts.

   

Sam Son beach ravaged by rubbish and erosion

Sam Son beach in Thanh Hoa Province is falling in popularity due to erosion and pollution.

   

Man travels 7,000 kilometers to ‘hunt for plastic waste’, establishes Save Our Seas organization

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To record plastic pollution in the waters of Vietnam, Hung Lekima traveled 7,000 kilometers, including 3,260 kilometers of coastline, by motorbike.

   

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