High-rise buildings at risk

More than 4,100 high-rise buildings in Việt Nam are at high risk of fire, the interdisciplinary team of the Ministry of Public Security and Ministry of Construction concluded in a recent investigation.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Việt Nam is running out of clean water

Water experts in Việt Nam have suggested re-using waste water to help protect vital resources. As untreated waste water is discharged directly into the environment, both surface water and underground water resources face high risk of either running out or becoming too polluted to drink.Keep ...

VNS Reporter

Vietnam issues bird flu warning after latest human case reported in China

Cool weather and high demand for chickens during the Lunar New Year heighten the risk of an outbreak. Vietnam’s agriculture ministry issued an urgent message on Wednesday calling for increased vigilance to prevent fresh bird flu outbreaks.Keep reading ...

Anh Duy

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

No daylight for Vietnam solar energy

While some see bright prospects for an alternative power boom, high tariffs, regulatory risk and a volatile currency have kept the industry in the dark.Keep reading   ...


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