Not even Vietnam’s Mekong Delta, long regarded as the nation’s “Rice Bowl,” is immune from the effects of global warming.
The country relies upon the Mekong River for commerce and transportation, but extensive dredging to harvest sand is fundamentally changing its ecosystem and eroding its banks.
Carbon emissions are growing faster in Vietnam than any other country in the world. The finding gives more urgency to a report released Monday how Vietnam can decrease its carbon emissions.
The company, which came into being in 2014, invests in local technology start-ups, trains new entrepreneurs and builds the pool of local tech talent.
Chiang Mai villagers unite to combat dengue and drowning.
Also a marine biologist, he has posted a picture on Facebook of a Thai beach covered in trash as he slams the country for not doing enough to protect the environment.
Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation will act as financial partner for the Yangon Central Railway Station Development Project, replacing China’s Sino Great Wall.
The loans will be provided under the ‘Country Partnership Framework for 2019-2023’.