In Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia, more than 75% of the material value of recyclable plastic is lost — the equivalent of $6 billion a year when single-use plastic is discarded rather than recovered and recycled,
Vietnam has not effectively enacted all recommendations raised by the EC, including: (1) Revising the legal framework to ensure compliance with international and regional rules applicable to the conservation and management of fisheries resources; (2) Ensuring effective implementation and enforcement of country’s revised laws; (3) Strengthening the effective implementation of international rules and management measures; (4) Increasing the traceability of its seafood products; and (5) Preventing sales of IUU products.
A participation by the military-led government in Myanmar will draw backlash mainly from Western countries, the sources said.
The gaur is an endangered species whose population is low. The animals are currently facing habitat loss and being hunted for meat and trade.
The workshop attended by at least 100 people as part of a peace-building and participation study titled “Multicultural Community Participation in Eco-Industrial Town in Environmental Dimension: A Case Study of Tambon Khu Bang Luang of Lat Lum Kaeo district, Pathum Thani”.
Indeed, China has a big role in the framework given that it has financially contributed to most projects, if not all, under the MLC. But this does not necessarily mean the superpower should enjoy a free hand.
The Mekong Delta has been struck by drought, saline intrusion and water shortage since the beginning of 2021 due to weather conditions, water flows upstream and impacts of tides, he said, adding that it has driven clean water prices up and affected the locals’ life and production.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), on March 25 in Tien Giang Province, held a conference to summarize the year 2020, implement the plan for 2021, and discuss solutions to speed up the progress of the Vietnam Sustainable Agricultural Transformation project (VnSat).
Speaking at a seminar held in Cần Thơ earlier this week, Trần Quang Khải of the HCM City University of Technology’s Water Management and Climate Change Centre, said that if Cần Thơ continued exploiting groundwater, most areas would become lower than sea level by 2100.
Nguyen Thanh Trung, a representative from the Green Innovation and Development Centre (Green ID), said that the project targets to introduce and consolidate multi-actor partnerships towards the goal of 100 percent renewable energy use in Nepal, Uganda and Vietnam.