Bac Giang wakes up tourism potential Society

Bac Giang wakes up tourism potential

Located 50km north of Hanoi, Bac Giang province is considered to be well-suited to develop tourism, especially due to its good transport connections, including road, railway and waterway infrastructure.
Environment

Cao Bang succeeds in protecting rare gibbons

More than 129 Cao Vit gibbons, one of the world’s rarest primate species, are being protected in Trung Khanh district of the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang, as part of a project launched by Fauna & Flora International (FFI) in 2004.
Environment

Half of world's Tonkin monkeys found in Vietnam

A survey conducted in northern Ha Giang province, beginning in September, determined that 108 to 113 Tonkin snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus avunculus) are living in the Khau Ca Species and Habitat Conservation Area.
Building a "green wall" to cope with climate change Environment

Building a "green wall" to cope with climate change

Coastal areas with high concentration of economic activities and population density are extremely vulnerable to climate change, warned experts at a recent workshop on community-based mangroves management in response to climate change.
Environment

Rare gibbons protected in Cao Bang province

A project to protect Cao Vit gibbons (Nomascus nasutus), one of the rarest primate species in the world, in Trung Khanh district of the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang has not only achieved its ultimate goal but also raised people’s awareness in forest development and the efficiency of agro-forestry production.
Snub-nosed monkey population grows steadily Environment

Snub-nosed monkey population grows steadily

The number of snub-nosed monkeys, an endangered species, in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang has grown to over 100, said Hoang Van Tue, the head of the Khau Ca Species and Habitat Conservation Centre’s management board.