Five sea creatures to be conserved in Ly Son island Environment

Five sea creatures to be conserved in Ly Son island

The Management Board of Ly Son Marine Protected Area (MPA) has proposed a gene protection programme for five endangered sea creatures, namely mummy fish, or sea cucumber (holothurian nobilis), abalone (haliotis sorenseni), tropical rock lobster (panulirus ornatus), maxima clam (tridacna maxima) and red seaweed (laurencia intermedia), which have been over-fished in waters off the island.
Seafood exports face barriers Business

Seafood exports face barriers

The seafood companies should work closer with various ministries such as trade and industry and foreign affairs to overcome trade barriers that hinder Vietnamese seafood exports, a top agriculture official said.
CoTo island performs strategy for sustainable development Society

CoTo island performs strategy for sustainable development

As the farthermost island district of Quang Ninh province, about 80km from the mainland, Co To island is changing rapidly to become a sustainable economy model in the country's northeast sea, the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) online newspaper reported on April 2.