15:57 | 09/04/2021 Environment
(VEN) - LIXIL Group Corporation (“LIXIL Group”, TSE Code: 5938), maker of pioneering water and housing products, announced that its fittings plants in Danang (Vietnam), Jiangmen (China) and Monterrey (Mexico) are now carbon neutral. The move means that all eight plants in LIXIL International’s fittings production portfolio are now carbon neutral, after plants in Hemer, Lahr, Porta Westfalica (all Germany), Albergaria (Portugal) and Klaeng (Thailand) achieved carbon neutral production in April 2020.
13:00 | 26/03/2021 Environment
(VEN) - Vietnam has made major strides this past year in environmental protection as a pillar of sustainable development through legislation and a dramatic shift from awareness to action.
Vietnam’s cup of tea: Public-private partnerships
06:00 | 24/03/2021 Environment
(VEN) - Promoting public-private partnership (PPP) to reach sustainable development and protect the environment will help Vietnam’s tea industry improve product quality, market position and participation in the global value chain.
Greening Vietnam: One billion trees to be planted by 2025
08:00 | 10/03/2021 Environment
(VEN) - Under a program for planting at least one billion trees in 2021-2025, 690 million trees will be planted around urban and rural areas and 310 other million trees will be cultivated in protected, special, and production forests. The target for this year is 182 million trees, with 204.5 million to be planted each year in the 2022-2025 period.
Vietnam launches national action plan to curb plastic pollution
06:00 | 22/01/2021 Environment
(VEN) - Vietnam’s leading environmental policy-makers, business leaders, local and international organizations have endorsed an action platform aimed at slashing plastic waste on land and its discharge into the ocean, and develop a roadmap to eliminate single-use plastic and non-biodegradable plastic bags, especially in cities, coastal tourist destinations and marine protected areas.
HCMC launches motorcycle emission control project
13:00 | 05/01/2021 Environment
(VEN) - Ho Chi Minh City is undertaking a pilot project to control the exhaust emissions of the city’s almost seven million motorcycles. However, experts are concerned about its potential for increased costs affecting low-income people, especially the many who earn their living using a motorcycle.