08th Jan 22 Vietnamnews Source  HCM CITY — Authorities in Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta provinces are taking measures to store water for irrigation and household use during the 2021-22 dry season. The delta, the country's largest rice, fruit and seafood producer, is forecast to face a higher lev...
07th Jan 2022 Vietnamnews Source HÀ NỘI — The Vietnamese Government and the World Bank (WB) have signed a US$126.9 million financing agreement to improve infrastructure, connectivity and reduce flood risks in the urban core of Vĩnh Long City in the Mekong Delta province of Vĩnh Long. The $126.9 mill...
  17th December 2021 Vietnamnew Source  HÀ NỘI — Experts and public officials believe that regional connection and agricultural economic development in the Mekong Delta need to be continued, as discussed in a seminar on Thursday. Addressing the event, Dr. Võ Tòng Xuân, rector of Nam C...
21th Dec 2021 Vietnamnew Source  TRÀ VINH — The People's Committee of Trà Vinh Province is seeking approval from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to build a freshwater reservoir at the Láng Thé River to ensure water sources for the province. The project would be part of the min...
 13th December 2021 Vietnamnews Source HCM CITY – The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta is expanding its shrimp – rice farming areas as the cultivation model is efficient and sustainable, adapts to climate change, and is environmentally friendly. The delta, the country's largest rice and seafood pro...
 11th Dec 21 Vietnamnews Source TIỀN GIANG – The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Tiền Giang has taken measures to cope with saltwater intrusion in its rivers in the coming dry season to protect its rice, fruits and other crops and ensure households have water for daily use. The coastal...
 Climate change's impacts, which are forecast to make the Mekong Delta lower than the sea level by about one metre in the next decade, are the greatest challenge facing the region, threatening all socio-economic sectors, including construction. 2th December 21 Vietnamplus Source  HCM ...
As the world faces a triple crisis of climate change, COVID-19, and lack of progress on the Sustainable Development Goals, the need for global communities and countries to work together for our shared future is more urgent than ever. The GWSP is an action-oriented think tank that works with countrie...
 27th Nov 2021 Vietnamnet Source The Mekong Delta region needs "consistent strategies" to deal with groundwater extraction, land subsidence and saltwater intrusion in an increasingly urbanising area, experts said at a conference in HCM City on November 26. Speaking at the online event...
 25th Nov 2021 Vietnam Investment Review Source This month Vietnam announced strong commitments to tackling climate change, including the target to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Terence D. Jones, resident representative a.i. in Vietnam for the United Nations Development Programme, ta...
 22th Nov 2021 following SGGP News Source  Climate change has had a range of impacts on businesses and regions. One of the most urgent and challenging issues in urban areas today is drainage water management, anti-flooding task, and wastewater treatment. According to the Vietnam Water...
18 Nov 2021 Vietnamnet Source The Mekong Delta's flood season, commonly called "floating water season", caused by the rising level of the Mekong River in the rainy season, arrived in September, about one month late compared to other years. Because of the low level of floodwaters, the amount of aquat...
 17th Nov 2021 following source Vietnamnet  Wind and solar power has been developing at lightening speed in Vietnam recently. Now is the time to think about dealing with the equipment when it's life cycle ends A workshop on the development of green and new energy was held a few days a...
Vietnam is a country that thrives on agriculture with a GDP contribution of 14.85% in Agriculture in 2020. The agricultural sector in Vietnam includes crop production, livestock, fisheries, and forestry. Vietnam's main Agricultural products are rice, pepper, tea, coffee beans, cotton, peanuts, sugar...
United Nations Water (UN Water) defines transboundary waters as the aquifers, and lake and river basins shared by two or more countries. Nearly half of the Earth's land surface is occupied by 263 transboundary lakes which provide 60 percent of global freshwater flow on which 2 billion people worldwi...