‘Forest school’ helps spread love for nature Society

‘Forest school’ helps spread love for nature

While unprecedented environmental challenges threatening the health and lives of millions of people around the world are ringing alarm bells for human behaviour towards the nature, Vietnam is home to a primeval forest described as a “big school” that has helped spread the love for nature for the past nearly six decades.
Meeting helps finalise strategy for species conservation Environment

Meeting helps finalise strategy for species conservation

A meeting to finalise a strategy to raise funds for species conservation in Vietnam was held by the Centre for Nature Conservation and Development in collaboration with the Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Agency under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in Hanoi on November 22.
ENV film warns of health risks from wildlife consumption Environment

ENV film warns of health risks from wildlife consumption

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has released a film highlighting health risks from dining out at restaurants that sell wildlife meat, and calling on the community not to support such restaurants, thus reducing the risk of extinction among rare animals and protecting the ecosystem.
#Run4WildlifeHN to return in November Environment

#Run4WildlifeHN to return in November

The annual race #Run4WildlifeHN will return to Hanoi on November 6 after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV), the country’s first non-governmental organisation focusing on wildlife conservation.
Two rare Owston's palm civets rescued in Ninh Binh Environment

Two rare Owston's palm civets rescued in Ninh Binh

The Cuc Phuong National Park in the northern province of Ninh Binh has coordinated with the Save Vietnam's Wildlife (SVW) organisation and the police in Ngoc Lac district in neighbouring Thanh Hoa province in rescuing two rare Owston's palm civets (Chrotogale owstoni).
Conservationists hope management offices move on elephant conservation Environment

Conservationists hope management offices move on elephant conservation

Facing the current serious situation involving the smuggle of ivory products and others related to elephants in the Central Highlands as well as other localities, experts hold that it is high time now for management offices to get involved in the fight against the evil and work out timely inspection and punishments.