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Water shortages require more investment in protection projects

The water shortage in Vietnam is becoming serious, requiring management agencies to strengthen water sources protection. According to Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment Le Cong Thanh, 63 percent of total water reserves comes from outside the territory.Keep reading ...

Nam Mai

Renewable energy projects up in 10 months

An average of nine projects in power generation and distribution were registered every month since June 2017, according to the Vietnam Renewable Energy Report 2018.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Provinces choose clean energy, farms over multimillion-dollar projects

The central and southern regions are choosing to develop environmentally friendly projects rather than mining and industrial projects. Keep reading ...

Kim Chi

Energy policy could prioritise small scale projects

In a major shift in perspective, the Government is viewing small scale projects as the best, most sustainable way of tapping the nation’s hydropower potential.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Late metro projects could damage relations between VN, Japan

Bilateral relations between Việt Nam and Japan could be adversely affected if construction of the Metro Line No.1 continues to run behind schedule, according to HCM City authorities.Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

Vietnam ministry to monitor 28 ‘environmental risky’ projects

Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is expected to formulate a plan to closely supervise 28 projects across the country in a bid to prevent potential environmental pollution and disasters. The ministry is collecting feedback from relevant agencies regarding their plan to monitor local ...

Duy Khang

Vietnamese province wants to clear 12,700 hectares of forest for project development

Authorities in Dak Lak Province, located in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, are planning to wipe out nearly 12,700 hectares of forest for the implementation of various projects deemed essential for local development.Keep reading ...

Tuoi Tre News Reporter

Incentives needed for SMEs to join green growth projects

Incentives are needed to encourage small- and medium–sized enterprises (SMEs) to join green growth projects, said Hoang Thi Hong, Director of the SME Development Fund (SMEDF) under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Vietnam plans to put special control on 28 major industry projects

Up to 28 biggest industrial production projects will be in a list of projects subject to special control on environment by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, according to a draft plan.  Keep reading ...

Lan Nhi

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