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Building climate change adaptation and resilience for cities of Vietnam

The UNDP in Vietnam and the British Embassy in Hanoi have organised the workshop titled “Climate adaptation in the context of urban setting”.

UNDP promoting green chemistry GC in enterprises and universities

The UNDP and the VCA has jointly organised a workshop to raise awareness and share experiences on green chemistry with businesses and universities in Vietnam.

Local consideration required in Vietnam’s energy advance

Solar power farms have been emerging across the nation, offering tremendous advantages for those who can utilise them on their farmland, as well as contributing to a more sustainable energy footprint that counteracts climate change.

CapitaLand ranked as one of world’s most sustainable corporations for ninth time

CapitaLand has been ranked on the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World index by Corporate Knights Inc. in 2021.

Direct power purchase mechanism – a new entrant to be for Vietnam power sector

Vaibhav Saxena and Nguyen Lan Chi from Vietnam International Law Firm analyse the importance of the new direct power purchase mechanism.

LNG driving FDI picture so far in 2021

Vietnam is quickly becoming one of the most promising liquefied natural gas import markets in Asia, with major foreign players pouring billions of US dollars into the country this year.

Practical solutions found to combat waste pollution

Vietnamese students have joined forces with industry mentors to present innovative solutions to combat plastic waste.

New phase on horizon for solar power development

Vietnam, a rising star in Asia in solar power development, is to slash feed-in tariffs for rooftop solar installations this month, hoping to release some of the pressure on the national power grid that was exacerbated by the previous generous tariff that lasted until the end of December, as well as to prevent fraud for solar farming.

Forests, soil may not keep pace with CO2 emissions, experts warn

The world is counting too heavily on soil and plants to soak up planet-ravaging carbon pollution, researchers cautioned Wednesday.

Savills Vietnam to partner with World Wildlife Fund for Earth Hour 2021

Savills Vietnam and WWF-Vietnam on March 24 signed an MOU to enter into a partnership for the Earth Hour 2021 campaign.

Smarter water planning imperative

With water scarcity increasingly affecting people’s livelihood in recent years, Vietnam is being challenged to uncover solutions to ensure water security in the context of climate change and the country’s growing economic growth.

Adjusting to new energy methods in Ninh Thuan

The development of renewable energy is deemed necessary to generate benefits for all aspects of socioeconomic development.

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