Vietnam hopes for more support from UN Environment Environment

Vietnam hopes for more support from UN Environment

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung met Director of the UN Environment Programme Erik Solheim Hanoi on August 8, during which he proposed that the UN Environment continue supporting Vietnam in reviewing, revising and completing laws and policies related to environment.
Pu Luong Nature Reserve protects rare animals Environment

Pu Luong Nature Reserve protects rare animals

The management board of Pu Luong Nature Reserve in Bac Thuoc district, north central Thanh Hoa province, has implemented a research project to preserve the Asian black bear and palm civet between 2017 and 2019.
Ca Mau reopens U Minh Ha cajuput forests Society

Ca Mau reopens U Minh Ha cajuput forests

The U Minh Ha cajuput forests in Ca Mau were reopened on June 1 after being closed for nearly six months during the high fire-risk dry season, according to the provincial Forest Ranger.
Thanh Hoa: rare primate faces extinction Environment

Thanh Hoa: rare primate faces extinction

Groups of Indochinese gray langurs living in the Xuan Lien Nature Reserve in the central province of Thanh Hoa are on the verge of extinction due to local residents’ hunting, the Reserve’s management