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Climate change to hit Lower Mekong hard 03/03/2015, 09:09:16 AM (SGT)-Future economic impacts of climate change in the Lower Mekong Basin, including Vietnam, are likely to be wide-ranging and could top US$34 billion annually, according to a report recently released by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
Climate change to inflict huge losses 24/02/2015, 01:47:26 PM (VNS)-Adverse climate change could cost Viet Nam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand at least US$16 billion per year in damage to natural resource assets and infrastructure services, a report has revealed.
Heat waves seen increasing 26/01/2015, 08:35:39 AM (VNS)-By the end of this century, two to 10 additional heat waves triggered by climate change will hit Viet Nam every year, with the south and central highlands regions suffering the most, according to a report released yesterday in Ha Noi by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
Vietnam steps up climate change adaptation efforts 22/01/2015, 02:07:01 PM (VNA)-Vietnam is making substantial efforts to fulfil its National Target Programme to Respond to Climate Change in 2015, hoping to assess the phenomenon’s impacts on each sector and locality and ultimately design a feasible action plan to counteract these effects.
HCM City to evaluate flooding damage 16/01/2015, 10:36:22 AM (VietNamNet Bridge)-HCMC will assess the overall impact of flooding in order to prioritize investments in the vulnerable areas, heard a meeting held last week to introduce the 2014-2020 flood control program.
Climate change: temperature in Hanoi may exceed 42oC 11/12/2014, 08:48:29 AM (VietNamNet Bridge)-Abnormal weather patterns will appear more regularly and winter could be colder, while temperatures in Hanoi may exceed 42oC in summer.
Global warming could undermine poverty fight 24/11/2014, 02:12:51 PM (AFP)-Climate change could set back efforts to bring people out of poverty, said the World Bank on Sunday (Nov 23).
US and China announce 'historic' climate accord 13/11/2014, 09:01:10 AM (AFP)-It is the first time China - the world's biggest polluter - has set a date, even approximate, for its emissions to stop increasing, and the White House said China would "try to peak early".
Urban flooding unavoidable 03/11/2014, 10:28:07 AM (SGT/VNN)-Urban flooding in HCMC is approaching the irrecoverable threshold and is seen unavoidable in the next several years, according to facts and figures at a meeting convened by the HCMC government this week.
2014 on track to be hottest year on record 21/10/2014, 04:41:51 PM (Theguardian)-The world is on course for this to be the hottest year ever, with global land and sea temperatures for September the highest ever recorded for the month, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said on Monday.
No time to lose for climate change action 17/10/2014, 10:49:13 AM (VNS)-Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, Philippines President Benigno Aquino III and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim have released a joint Op-Ed on the need for the world leaders to take action on climate change.
We can meet 2C climate target – and here's how, say energy experts 13/10/2014, 02:49:38 PM (Theguardian)-Meeting a target of keeping global temperature from rising above 2C is still possible, according to 30 leading climate and energy experts.
Support programme on climate change response amended 09/10/2014, 11:11:54 AM (VNA)-The Prime Minister has approved amendments to the framework of Vietnam’s Support Programme to Respond to Climate Change (SP-RCC).
Vietnam follows low-carbon growth strategy to battle climate change 01/10/2014, 10:14:36 AM (VietNamNet Bridge)-“World leaders must take climate action now” is the title of an article by Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and two co-authors, which has received positive reaction from scholars from many other countries and international organizations.
Climate change affects children 24/09/2014, 05:16:01 PM (VNS)-Migrant and homeless children, children living in informal housing and children engaged in labour were more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change in Da Nang.
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New technology to combat illegal wildlife trade in 12/05/2015, 07:54:01 AM (MOITRUONG.COM.VN)-WildScan, an endangered species identification and response mobile phone application, was launched in Vietnam today to provide local law enforcement officials with an effective tool to combat wildlife trafficking.
Waste importers to pay security deposits 08/05/2015, 08:19:13 AM (VNS)-Individuals and organisations that import waste materials for production purposes must pay security deposits up to 20 per cent of the imported goods' value from the middle of next month.
Buddhist monk spends life saving rare bamboo speci 04/05/2015, 08:31:56 AM (VNS)-Buddhist bikku (monk) Thich The Tuong has been working hard to turn his one hectare farm into a bamboo conservatory on the Son Tra Mountain, which protects over 110 bamboo species.
Viet Nam's elephants on brink of extinction 27/04/2015, 09:15:46 AM (VNS)-Experts and conservationists are calling for increased funding and efforts to save the dwindling number of elephants in Viet Nam.
Grievous misuse of environmental protection fees 27/04/2015, 09:03:01 AM (VIR)-An attempt to misuse environmental protection fees collected from miners was uncovered by a Vietnam Minerals Coalition survey.
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