Many large urban areas and major routes in the Mekong Delta are suffering severe flooding right at the beginning of the rainy season, causing inconvenience to traffic and daily operations of local people.
Vietnam has responsibly and practically joined international climate change treaties as part of the efforts to materialise a resolution adopted by the 11th-tenure Party Central Committee in this regard.
The Mekong Delta is entering the flooding season with 1m of water lower than this time in other years. This signals grave challenges brought by El Nino and asks for practical solutions to fight against unpredictable weather in the near future.
Touchstone Partners and Temasek Foundation (member of Temasek, Singapore), HCMC Institute for Development Studies (HIDS) yesterday co-held the contest ‘Net Zero Challenge’, aiming at finding feasible measures to fight against climate change.
Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha met with Deputy CEO of the French Development Agency (AFD) Marie Helene Loison in Paris on June 21, during his working trip to France to attend the Summit for a New Global Financial Pact.
The Central Office of the Vietnam Association for Clean Water and Environment has just cooperated with relevant agencies to launch the campaign ‘Race to net zero – Commercial Opportunities and Responsibilities of Businesses in the Carbon Market’.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his entourage left Hanoi on June 4 evening, concluding a two-day official visit to Vietnam at the invitation of his Vietnamese counterpart Pham Minh Chinh.
The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Tourism held a conference on May 31 to discuss the application of the ASEAN Tourism Standards and launch the ASEAN Tourism Awards among businesses in the sector.
Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son called on United Nations (UN) organisations to step up collaboration with Vietnam in four prioritised areas at a reception for UN Resident Coordinator in Vietnam Pauline Tamesis in Hanoi on April 12.
In addition to identifying the prioritized agricultural production sectors in the order of aquaculture, fruit trees, and rice, many resources have been invested in the Mekong Delta to cope with the issues caused by climate change.