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Media urged to work more to stop rhino killing
The media was urged to devote more coverage to the major threat facing the world’s population of rhinoceros, which has declined by 90 percent over the last 40 years due to surges in poaching for rhino horn.
Vietnam requests WB support in coping with climate change
Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai has proposed that the World Bank (WB) continue to assist Vietnam in coping with climate change, fostering green growth and developing a low-carbon economy.
Hanoi rescues over 300 wild animals
The Hanoi Wild Animal Rescue Centre has said it had so far rescued and conserved 323 individuals of wildlife species and 35kg of snakes.
Social organisations called to join rhino protection efforts
Social organisations play a key role in raising public awareness of rhino protection and no use of the animal’s horn – which is wrongly thought to possess medicinal properties, heard a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on August 8.
Hoa Binh: Germany’s ODA funds afforestation efforts
Nearly 2,600 ha of forest have been cultivated in the northern province of Hoa Binh under a project using official development assistance (ODA) from the German Government.
Vietnam attends regional climate change training programme
As many as 18 lecturers from Vietnam’s Forestry University, Da Lat University and Vinh University are joining those from 13 other universities and institutes in the Asia Pacific region in a training course on climate change held in Malaysia from August 4-8.
Sanitation project benefits Binh Dinh locals
As many as 520 hygienic toilets have been built in the central province of Binh Dinh thanks to a sanitation project funded by the East Meets West non-governmental organisation.
KOICA aids Vietnam’s hazardous waste management
Officials of Vietnam and the Republic of Korea met on August 5 to review a project on establishing an electronic manifest system for the integrated management of hazardous waste in Vietnam funded by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
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ASEAN called for stronger maritime links
Vietnam highlighted the need for ASEAN to boost collaboration on maritime issues at a forum.
Implementation of Uncle Ho’s testament reviewed
A workshop was held to review the implementation of Ho Chi Minh’s testament over the last 45 years.
Party chief's envoy visits China
Le Hong Anh started his two-day visit to China on August 26 as the Party chief's Special Envoy.
EC treasures cooperation with VN
The EC attaches importance to developing its friendship and cooperation with Vietnam.
VN prioritised in India’s Look East policy
The new Indian Government continues to regard VN as a pillar in its Look East policy.
WB praises VN’s response to climate change
The WB highly values the measures the country is taking to cope with climate change.
August CPI growth hits 9-year low
Vietnam's CPI this month increased by 0.22 percent over that of last month.
Party chief’s Special Envoy to visit China
Le Hong Anh, Special Envoy of Party General Secretary, Nguyen Phu Trong will visit China on Aug. 26-27.
Organic waste to be turned into renewable energy
Start-up workshop on climate change adaption in Mekong Delta
Vietnam to endure fewer storms by end of 2014
Rising sea levels pose serious threat to Quang Nam coast Quang Nam
Khmer people enjoy sweet taste of success
Dong Nai lures over 920 million USD in FDI
Congratulations sent to Vietnam on National Day
Ca tru brought back from brink
Farmer’s museum attracts foreign tourists
Vietnam consumer confidence continues to surge
Phu Quoc plans golf course, eco-tourism resort
PM instructs response to fatal bus accident in Lao Cai
Young artists reinvigorate cai luong
Full Moon Festival to be celebrated in Hanoi
Additional 38 Vietnamese workers return from Libya
Vietnam attends eco-building expo in Singapore
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