Environment

Vietnam co-organises debate on water source protection in armed conflicts

Vietnam co-organises debate on water source protection in armed conflicts

The Permanent Mission of Vietnam to the United Nations co-organised an online debate that highlighted the importance of protecting water sources and water supply infrastructure in armed conflicts.

The famed river bridges of the Iranian city of Isfahan are a beloved tourist draw -- but much of the time their stone arches span just sand and rocks, not water.

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Second bear rescue centre to be built in Vietnam

Animals Asia is carrying out a plan to build its second bear sanctuary in Vietnam which has just been approved by the local Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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Vietnam has huge potential for saving energy: experts

For a developing society and economy like Vietnam’s, energy is the engine behind growth, especially in post-pandemic recovery. While it is important to save energy, what matters is smart consumption – correct, sufficient, and intelligent use of energy.

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JICA supports Vietnam in realising net-zero emission commitment

The Japan International Cooperation Agency and the Hanoi University of Science and Technology organised a signing ceremony for the “Project for Innovation of Science and Technology on Natural Rubber for Global Carbon Process”.

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Work on the decommissioning of the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant has made "remarkable progress", the UN's nuclear watchdog chief said Thursday after a site visit, pledging to continue monitoring the process.

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 Project for Mekong River without waste kicks off

A waste reduction and circular economy project for Mekong River was launched at a ceremony in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on May 18.

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The second of three Asiatic cheetah cubs born in captivity in Iran has died in a blow to conservation efforts for the critically endangered subspecies, state media reported Wednesday.

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