Tourism sector says NO to plastic waste Travel

Tourism sector says NO to plastic waste

Vietnam’s tourism sector has launched the “Go Green” campaign in response to the movement of saying NO to plastic waste of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Conference seeks measures to attract more foreign visitors Tours

Conference seeks measures to attract more foreign visitors

Experts gathered at a conference held in the central city of Da Nang by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) and the municipal People’s Committee on August 16, discussing measures to lure more foreign visitors to the Southeast Asian country.
Retail chain applies measures to go green Environment

Retail chain applies measures to go green

VinGroup-run VinMart and VinMart+ supermarket system on August 9 launched a programme to protect the environment by a “three-green” solution: green supermarkets, green customers and green suppliers.
Fourth denims & jeans show opens in HCM City Business

Fourth denims & jeans show opens in HCM City

The Denimsandjeans.com Vietnam Show returned to Ho Chi Minh City in its 4th edition on June 12, with over 40 garment and textile firms and visitors from 10 countries and territories like China, Japan, the US, the EU and Singapore taking part in.
Vocational schools to go green Society

Vocational schools to go green

Technical vocational education and training (TVET) institutes in Ho Chi Minh City plan to train students in green-growth fields that promote economic sustainability.
Hanoi to celebrate Ireland’s National Day Society

Hanoi to celebrate Ireland’s National Day

The Pen Monument in Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi is set to go green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day – Ireland’s National Day on March 17, as the capital joins the Global Greening Initiative for the second time.