30th August Vietnamet source  Local people need to be equipped with essential skills to cope with natural disasters, especially those in the mountainous, remote and ethnic areas, as more storms and floods are expected during the rest of this year.In the context of natural disasters and com...
 31 Dec 20 Vietnamplus Source The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, in coordination with the World Bank, held a Final Workshop for the "Vietnam Partnership for Market Readiness" project in Hanoi on December 29. After 5 years of implementation, up to now, the project has made b...
 30 Nov 20 Vietnam Investment Review  Source Mergers and acquisitions in renewable energy in Vietnam are on an upward trajectory and expected to become even hotter next year, with the country officially overtaking Thailand to rank as the largest solar market in Southeast Asia. With mo...
27 Nov 20 Vietnamnews Source South-East Asia has long endured severe droughts, which occur on average every five years. The prolonged 2015 and 2018 droughts were the worst on record for two decades. They simultaneously affected more than 70 per cent of the land area, with over 325 million peopl...
19 Nov 20 East Asia Forum Source  Having contained the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam is becoming the first developing country to adopt carbon pricing in the post-pandemic period to help guide a cleaner recovery. On 17 November, Vietnam's National Assembly passed the revised Law on Environment...
 19 Nov 20 VNExpress Source The International Monetary Fund has revised upward its forecast for Vietnam's 2020 GDP growth by 0.8 percentage points to 2.4 percent. Vietnam's growth would be among the highest in the world, thanks to its successful containment of the Covid-19 pandemic, Era Da...
 16 Nov 20 Vietnamplus Source Natural disasters could shave 1.5 percent off annual GDP or even more if no appropriate measures are taken in response to climate change, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Hanoi (VNA) - Natural disasters could shave 1.5 percent off...
 10 Nov 20 Vietnamnet Source The Vietnam Environment Administration will be in charge of completing regulations on solid waste management in the amended Law on Environmental Protection, which will treat plastic waste as a natural resource, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment ...
 09 Nov 20 Vietnamnet Source  Scientists with the World Weather Attribution (WWA) group agreed to conduct a detailed study of the extreme rainfall in Vietnam, largely the results of tropical storms, that has disrupted the lives of some 1.5 million people, according to the Internationa...
 20 Oct 20 VNExpress Source Experts believe flooding in central Vietnam is a result of complex, future "new normal" weather patterns. "According to our global assessment of current meteorological conditions, Vietnam is experiencing the worst weather impacts in the world at present," said G...
 19 Oct 20 Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnam's rice exports by mid-September had declined 0.8 percent in volume but still grown 11.8 percent in value compared to the same period last year. More than 4.8 million tonnes of rice had been shipped abroad by September 15, bringing home 2.4 billion USD, acco...
Vietnamplus Souce After five years of efforts to carry out the international commitment on climate change and reduction of greenhouse gas emission, Vietnam completed the update on Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), and sent it to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change ...
 08 Oct 20 VNExpress Source Quang Nam, Quang Tri, Hue, and Da Nang have been hit by severe flooding following torrential rains, and many residential areas have been cut off. The entire central region has been battered by downpours since Tuesday as a cold spell came in contact with tropical...