Vietnam Conference on Earth and Environmental Sciences held in Binh Dinh

Vietnam Conference on Earth and Environmental Sciences held in Binh Dinh

The second “Vietnam Conference on Earth and Environmental Sciences” (VCEES-2022) officially opened on August 8 at the International Center for Interdisciplinary Science and Education (ICISE) in Quy Nhon city in the south-central coastal province of Binh Dinh.

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Storm Mulan heads toward northern coast

Localities in northern Vietnam, particularly coastal ones, are being warned to brace for heavy rain triggered by tropical storm Mulan, the second storm entering the East Sea this year, which is heading towards the area from Quang Ninh province to Hai Phong city.

Forest covers 42.02% of Vietnam’s total area by end of 2021


Vietnam had 14,745,201ha of forest area, of which 10,171,757 ha are natural forests and 4,573,444 ha are planted ones, including open canopy forests, as of December 1, 2021, according to a decision announced by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Netherlands helps Mekong Delta agriculture sector to adapt to climate change


The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Can Tho city held a working session with a delegation from the Dutch Embassy on August 9, during which the two sides exchanged views on the Mekong Delta’s sustainable agricultural transformation.

Buddhist monks, nuns in Hanoi donate money to build houses for the poor


The Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Committee of Hanoi held a ceremony on August 9 to receive donations worth 600 million VND (25,650 USD) from local Buddhist monks and nuns to build 12 houses for poor families.
Tireless efforts made to soothe Agent Orange pain

Joining hands to soothe the pain caused by Agent Orange (AO) is not only a charitable or humanitarian deed but firstly an activity to express gratitude to revolution contributors and the sense of responsibility of each Vietnamese people.

Vietnam, U.S. hold fourth energy security dialogue


Vietnam and the U.S. discussed in detail clean energy technologies such as hydrogen and nuclear energy as well as plans to accelerate the energy transition to achieve net zero emissions targets by 2050, during their fourth energy security dialogue in Washington D.C. on July 27-28.

Clear information helps F&B brands attract customers: researcher


Clearly sharing the sources of raw materials is among the best ways for food and beverage brands to build more trust with customers as eating habits have significantly changed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, experts said.

A priest active in promoting education


PANO - Over the past years, Anthony Nguyen Van Tieng, the pastor of An Long parish in An Long commune, Tam Nong district, Dong Thap province has wholeheartedly dedicated himself not only to religious service but also to social work by calling for financial donation to support the disadvantaged.
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