Vietnam responds to World Meteorological Day 2019 Environment

Vietnam responds to World Meteorological Day 2019

A ceremony in response to the World Meteorological Day 2019 was held in the northern port city of Hai Phong on March 23, calling for actions to protect human lives and assets in the context of increasing extreme weather phenomena.
Environment

Project designed to cope with super typhoons

Maps demonstrating areas vulnerable to elevated water levels caused by hurricanes in coastal provinces are at the heart of a project to cope with super typhoons conducted by the National Steering Committee for Flood Control and Prevention.
World

Singapore hosts SEA climate change workshop

Around 260 regional and international scientists, policy-makers, students and representatives from various sectors attended a recent workshop on climate change held in Singapore.
Asia, Europe join hands to mitigate natural disasters World

Asia, Europe join hands to mitigate natural disasters

Senior officials from Asia-Europe Meeting members and leading experts from ASEM partners, the United Nations and regional and international organisations gathered in Hanoi on November 18 for an ASEM high-level meeting on disaster prevention and relief in response to climate change.
Asia, Europe join hands to mitigate natural disasters World

Asia, Europe join hands to mitigate natural disasters

enior officials from Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) members and leading experts from ASEM partners, the United Nations and regional and international organisations gathered in Hanoi on November 11 for an ASEM high-level meeting on disaster prevention and relief in response to climate change.
Environment

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.
Society

Storms kill 7,500 over past 10 years

Natural disasters have killed about 7,500 people in the past 10 years in Vietnam, according to a conference themed Methods to assess damages and impacts caused by storms, which will conclude on Nov. 11 in Nha Trang City in south-central Khanh Hoa province.