Over 800 volunteers join hands in cleaning Da Nang beach Environment

Over 800 volunteers join hands in cleaning Da Nang beach

More than 800 volunteers joined a campaign to clean Kim Lien beach in the central city of Da Nang on August 7, which was jointly held World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Vietnam, Prudential Vietnam and the municipal Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Humans push wildlife populations to the brink Society

Humans push wildlife populations to the brink

Humanity and the way we feed, fuel and finance our societies and economies is pushing nature and the services that power and sustain us to the brink, according to the WWF’s 2018 Living Planet Report.
Australia helps Vietnam with sustainable forest management Society

Australia helps Vietnam with sustainable forest management

The “Responsible Asia Forestry and Trade Partnership” project (RAFT3) funded by the Australian Government has provided technical support for three Vietnamese companies in sustainable forest management, heard a workshop in Tuy Hoa city, the central province of Phu Yen, on August 9.
Bach Ma Park to host saola breeding centre Environment

Bach Ma Park to host saola breeding centre

The Bach Ma National Park has been selected as the site for the world’s only breeding centre for the saola, the extremely elusive forest-dwelling bovine only found in the forests of Vietnam and Laos.
Responsible forest sourcing benefits businesses: report Business

Responsible forest sourcing benefits businesses: report

Retail companies with responsible forest products sourcing policies are seeing numerous tangible business benefits, demonstrating that sustainability makes business sense, according to a new report from the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
Hungry wild elephants trash crops, property Society

Hungry wild elephants trash crops, property

Wild elephant habitats in the southern province of Dong Nai are being reduced and degraded, leading to a lack of food and more conflicts between animals and humans, according to local authorities.
Elephant conservation comes into spotlight Environment

Elephant conservation comes into spotlight

There are only 60 domestic elephants and around 100 wild ones alive in Vietnam, with most of them living in Dak Lak, Dong Nai and Nghe An provinces, the Vietnam Administration of Forestry reported.
More new species discovered in Vietnam Environment

More new species discovered in Vietnam

Vietnam accounts for 87 of the 163 new species of animals and plants discovered in the Greater Mekong region, according to a report released early this week by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).