• Largest stork garden of Bắc Giang Province in danger of elimination

    Largest stork garden of Bắc Giang Province in danger of elimination

    The population of storks as well as many other kinds of birds in a special park in the northern province of Bắc Giang has now declined by more than two thirds due to illegal firecracker explosions, says Đặng Đình Quyền, a garden keeper in Đào Mỹ Commune in the province.

  • Sea turtle smuggler faces 2-7 years in prison

    Sea turtle smuggler faces 2-7 years in prison

    The People’s Procuracy of Nha Trang City has finished the indictment to sentence Hoàng Tuấn Hải to two to seven years in prison for smuggling sea turtles.

  • Illegal dumping plagues Hà Nội

    Illegal dumping plagues Hà Nội

    Illegal dumping of waste and building materials has become an urgent issue in the capital city of Hà Nội, concerning local residents and officials

  • Large-antlered muntjac recorded by camera trap in Quảng Nam

    Large-antlered muntjac recorded by camera trap in Quảng Nam

    Two rare large-antlered muntjac have been photographed in a forest in Quang Nam Province, providing hope for the future of the species.

  • Climate change affects farmers in northeast

    Climate change affects farmers in northeast

    Climate change is damaging production and livestock in the country’s northeast provinces, raising the risks that the poverty rate there could increase in the next few years, according to a new study by scientists of the Việt Nam Academy of Social Sciences.

  • Fly ash from Formosa safe for use as building materials: Ministry

    Fly ash from Formosa safe for use as building materials: Ministry

     Fly ash from Formosa steel company (FHS) has passed quality assessments and can be used to produce cement, the environment ministry has said.

  • New Chợ Gạo canal upgrades fail to ease traffic woes

    New Chợ Gạo canal upgrades fail to ease traffic woes

    Upgrades to the Chợ Gạo canal, which connects the southeastern and southwestern regions of Việt Nam, have proven ineffective after just three years of operation, experts say.

  • HCM City reviews ongoing flood-prevention programme

    HCM City reviews ongoing flood-prevention programme

    Flood prevention works in HCM City between 2016 and 2020 are estimated to cost more than VNĐ96.3 trillion (US$4.2 billion), according to its Steering Centre of the Urban Flood Control Programme.

  • HCM City achieves four goals in pollution reduction

    HCM City achieves four goals in pollution reduction

     HCM City was able to reach four of its 16 goals in pollution reduction as part of its 2016-2020 programme to reduce pollution, according to city authorities speaking at a conference held on Friday in the city.