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Finding the right approach to lower marine plastic pollution

Implementing subprojects of the Rethinking Plastics Project to collect marine litter in Phu Yen and manage ship waste at Cat Lai Port will promote the conservation of the Vietnamese marine environment.

Vietnam takes action to clean out ocean environs

By 2030, Vietnam’s fishing and tourism industry will suffer if nothing is done to fight plastic pollution, figures warn.

Samsung seeks direct energy route

The investment legal framework for Vietnam’s renewable energy market could change if Samsung gets government approval to buy renewable energy directly from power generators.

Clearing up the future of the planet

There could be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050, warned the Ellen MacArthur Foundation five years ago. Today, this warning still holds value if business continues as usual. The G20, inter-regional projects like Rethinking Plastics, and groups of scientists have taken the initiative and are trying their utmost to reduce marine litter and protect the future of our ocean as well as ourselves.

Bringing tried-and-tested EU know-how to bear in Vietnam

Discussing European  Union’s ambitions to combat plastic pollution, Rui Ludovino, first counsellor of Climate Action, Environment, Employment, and Social Policies at the Delegation of the EU to Vietnam, shared with Tom Nguyen how the Rethinking Plastics Project is supporting Vietnam in cleaning up its marine environment.

Solar PV market under duress from dependence on imports

As one of the fastest-developing countries in solar thanks to the current feed-in tariff, Vietnam’s billion-dollar solar panel market is mostly dominated by foreign investors and depending on imports.

Defining the difficult choices of our age

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the poorest and most vulnerable people in developing countries the hardest, worsening inequality and exacerbating existing challenges – insufficient healthcare systems, education deficits, stagnant incomes, rising conflict and violence, poorly-selected debt contracts, and climate change.

GE Renewable Energy wins major onshore wind contract in Southeast Asia

GE Renewable Energy has will supply, install, and commission GE Cypress onshore wind turbines for BIM Wind JSC's 88MW wind farm in Ninh Thuan.

Vietnamese youth submit special report to COP26 leader

The UNDP and the DCC launched the “Youth for climate action in Vietnam” special report along with a dialogue with the COP26 president-designate Alok Sharma.

JICA financed $25 million for wind power project in Quang Tri

JICA in Vietnam has just signed a loan agreement of up to $25 million for an onshore wind power project in Quang Tri province.

Green Climate Fund offers Vietnam 30.2 million USD to deal with climate change

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has provided 30.2 million USD as non-refundable assistance to Vietnam to help the country deal with climate change impacts.

IFC cooperates with REE to support wind projects to advance renewable energy in Vietnam

As Vietnam transitions to cleaner low-carbon power generation, the IFC is funding the development and construction of two wind projects in Central Vietnam.

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