Quang Binh to plant 50,000 indigenous trees in local natural reserve

Quang Binh to plant 50,000 indigenous trees in local natural reserve

The central province of Quang Binh will plant 50,000 indigenous trees to restore the ecological landscape at Dong Chau-Khe Nuoc Trong Natural Reserve under a project sponsored by Earthworm Foundation, a non-profit organisation which supports global business, farmers and communities to tackle environmental and social challenges around the world.
Rare sea turtle released back to wild Environment

Rare sea turtle released back to wild

A 6.5kg hawksbill sea turtle that was accidentally caught by a local man was released back to the sea off the coast of the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau on February 5.
Vietnam ready to build green transformation cooperation model with EU Environment

Vietnam ready to build green transformation cooperation model with EU

Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son has expressed Vietnam's readiness to collaborate closely with the EU in building an exemplary cooperation model for green transformation, aiming to support developing nations, including Vietnam, in bridging gaps in finance, technology and human resources training.
Mang Den aiming for 1 million cherry blossom trees Videos

Mang Den aiming for 1 million cherry blossom trees

In an effort to turn Mang Den into a cherry blossom town, Kon Tum province’s Kon Plong district has called upon agencies, units, organisations, and residents in the district to plant cherry blossom trees with a goal of having 1 million by 2025.
Mangrove forests benefit coastal communes in central region Videos

Mangrove forests benefit coastal communes in central region

Mangrove forests in Nghe An province’s Dien Chau district were planted in 1994 through projects sponsored by the Japanese Red Cross Society and the World Bank. In the decades since, these mangrove forests have acted as a green barrier, mitigating the impact of rising sea levels, erosion, and storms, and protected coastal embankments.