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Ta Cu Nature Reserve misreports large-scale deforestation

Ta Cu Nature Reserve misreports large-scale deforestation

Ta Cu Nature Reserve in Binh Thuan Province reported a deforestation case with an area of more than 4,900 square meters. However, through actual inspection, the deforestation area is up to nearly 20,000 sq.m.
Forest land in Central Highlands provinces traded publicly

Forest land in Central Highlands provinces traded publicly

Forests and forest land in the Central Highlands provinces have continuously decreased due to the deforestation pressure of tourism projects, agro-forestry projects, or the demand for arable land. The situation of forest land being destroyed and illegally invaded has taken place in many places. Subjects have even changed the forest land into the land with a red book (Certificate of land-use rights). 
The forest in Zone 486 of Mang Den Town is destroyed. (Photo: SGGP)

Forests in Central Highlands witnessing serious encroachment

Even though the Prime Minister has ordered a closure to Central Highlands forests for a long time, it is a fact that the forests here are being encroached from different directions. Statistics reveal that the total surface area of these forests is only 2.5 million hectares, and the situation is getting worse.

Right after the ban sign, the protection forest of Phu Quoc Island is still illegally destroyed.

Phu Quoc City struggling in protecting its forests

Since 2010, the surface area of forests in Phu Quoc City of Kien Giang Province has continuously decreased to only 37,000ha now. At present, the city is trying its best to maintain this area despite encountering various challenges from illegal logging.

Rate of free migration down by 10 times

Rate of free migration down by 10 times

Nationwide statistics have shown that the rate of free migration has been down by 10 times in the period 2015 – 2020 compared to before 2015.
An ancient Casuarina tree is sawed

More than 140 hectares of forest destroyed in Binh Dinh

According to reflections of local people living in Huynh Gian Bac village, Phuoc Hoa commune, Tuy Phuoc district, Binh Dinh province to the reporter of Sai Gon Giai Phong (SGGP) Newspaper, more than 140 hectares of ancient Casuarina forest considering as a type of protective tree amid natural disaster and sand storms, “green lungs” for over 500 households with 2,000 people were recently chopped down and completely destroyed. 
Floods in August, 2017 washed away people’s houses and assets in Muong La District, Northern highland province of Son La. (Photo: VNA/VNS)

Deforestation worsening natural-disaster risks: experts

Unsustainable livelihoods, including the chopping down of protective forests for agricultural production and building houses near streams and rivers, have increased risks of natural disasters, officials admitted at a meeting yesterday.