Vietnam strives to reduce CO2

From improving institutions to devising detailed plans for each sector, Vietnam is making every effort in order to dramatically reduce CO2 emissions by 2030.

Challenges for Vietnam to reduce CO2 emissions

Vietnam needs about 30 billion VND (1.4 million USD) to reduce Carbon Dioxide - CO2 emissions in its industry sector from now to 2020, which is quite a big challenge on its way to achieve a sustainable economic development. A report by the Ministry of Industry and Trade's Vietnam Economic Times.

Vietnam and the race against climate change

Vietnam has experienced unusual weather developments with higher numbers of storms and low pressures this year, which is dubbed as the Pacific typhoon season - an event in which tropical cyclones form in the west of the Pacific Ocean.

Investors sow the seeds for carbon credits in Vietnam

Vietnam’s fertile forest land and forest ecology can help reduce green house gas emissions and climate change. But the country may prove to be well placed to help satisfy the world’s growing demand for green development. Report by the Vietnam Investment Review.
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Vietnamese experts in France debate economic issues

The Association of Vietnamese Scientists and Experts in France (AVSE) hosted the first economic and financial seminar at the Panthéon Sorbonne University in Paris on June 24, with experts, lecturers and students from Paris and some French cities taking part.

Seminar boosts clean development projects in VN

The Vietnam Environment Protection Fund (VEPF) under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNE) on November 3 held a seminar on the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) to help more businesses approach investment capital sources for environmentally sustainable projects.