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Large forested areas of Ca Mau face high risks of wildfire

More than 26,200 ha out of the 43,500 ha of forested area in the Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau are facing extremely high risks of wildfire, according to the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. U Minh Ha cajeput forest in Ca Mau province More specifically, alarms at fourth and fifth levels – the highest in the five-level ... Read More »

Hanoi and Japan’s Fukuoka cooperate on environmental protection

Hanoi and Japan’s Fukuoka prefecture will exchange experiences, research and apply the technology for rare-earth waste dumps in Fukuoka to small and medium-sized landfills in Hanoi city. Hanoi always values cooperation in environmental protection with Japan’s Fukuoka prefecture, Deputy Director of the municipal Department of Natural Resources and Environment Le Tuan Dinh said at a meeting with a deputy director ... Read More »

Vietnam prepares to avoid commercial disputes on environmental regulations

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s membership in free trade agreements (FTAs) is expected to bring big economic development opportunities to Vietnam. However, experts have warned of the challenges Vietnam will face as it has to observe commitments on environmental protection, which are part of next-generation FTAs. Vietnam has to observe commitments on environmental protection According to Prof Pham Van Loi, head ... Read More »

Wakening up potentials of solar power

The Prime Minister has recently signed a decision to add the Loc Ninh solar power project in Binh Phuoc Province to the plan to develop national power generation with capacity of 800 MWp. Wakening up potentials of solar power This is the foundation for the province to promote attraction of investments into projects that play the key role in local ... Read More »

Scientists suggest using sea water to save Mekong Delta from inundation

VietNamNet Bridge – In the face of the growing threat to the Mekong Delta, experts believe that the only solution is to restore natural aquifers. Solutions are needed to ease flooding Scientists say that the main cause of the increasingly serious flooding in the area is the overexploitation of aquifers, including ancient rivers, causing subsidence problems.  To settle the matter, ... Read More »

Shooting an artistic event: coach Nhung

VietNamNet Bridge – With short hair, trendy clothes and accessories, people are often surprised by the appearance of female shooting coach Nguyen Thi Nhung. At the age of 54, the mother of two looks very young and very active. Champs: Nguyen Thi Nhung (second right) and Hoang Xuan Vinh (second left) pose with the gold medal at the 2016 Olympic ... Read More »

Renewable energy: the future of power for Vietnam

Vietnam could meet its long-term energy demands by adding renewable energy sources and cutting-edge battery storage technologies to its arsenal of solutions, experts said at a two-day international conference on renewable energy that ended on April 4 in HCM City.  Visitors visit a booth on Solar Show 2019 in HCM City. Speaking on the sidelines of the conference, Nguyen Tam ... Read More »

Vietnamese chess player grabs blitz silver at Dubai Open

Vietnamese Grandmaster Le Quang Liem secured a silver medal at the Dubai Open chess tournament’s blitz event on April 6 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Vietnamese Grandmaster Le Quang Liem The former world champion scored 7.5 points after nine matches. His result was on par with winner Mchedlishvili Mikheil of Georgia but Mikheil took the trophy after a tiebreak. ... Read More »

Water shortage threatens Ly Son Islanders

VietNamNet Bridge – Underground water in the Ly Son Islands, 30km off the coast of Quang Ngai Province, has become seriously salinised in the early dry season this year – the worst in the last three – as demand for water has exceeded current underwater reserves. Underground water in the Ly Son Islands, 30km off the coast of Quang Ngai ... Read More »

Vietnamese women step a little closer to Tokyo Olympics

The Vietnamese women’s national football team have taken one step closer to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as they beat Hong Kong 2-1 in their Group B qualifier in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on April 6. Vietnam women’s national football team have taken one step closer to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (Photo: vtv.vn) Vietnam now have six points after two matches. The squad ... Read More »