Preserved and restored the 240,000 ha of forests and its unique species, and to protect and enhance the livelihoods of the people whose existence depends on the ecosystem services provided by these forests.
Enhancing the image and competiveness of Vietnam pangasius as a responsible product in terms of social and environment aspects.
The future of the planet is in our hands. WWF's Living Planet 2016 outlines solutions to reform the way we produce and consume food to help ensure that the world is well-fed in a sustainable way.
Sixty-five out of 115 new species in the Greater Mekong region were discovered in Vietnam in 2015, proving the incredible biodiversity of the region.
WWF was one of the first international non-government organisations working in Vietnam.
In the 1990s, WWF began working on a national conservation strategy, and since then has worked closely with the Vietnamese government on a diverse range of environmental issues and implemented field activities across country.
WWF-Vietnam would like to provide the following recommendations to responsible tourists, in order to further support our conservation efforts.23 May 2018 Read more »
Vietnam’s financial sector ought to be at the forefront of the transitional efforts to deliver a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy.30 Mar 2018 Read more »
Vietnamese businesses and civil society organisations are emerging as leaders in the fight against the country’s illegal wildlife trade06 Mar 2018 Read more »
WWF’s Hue office installed a 5 kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic (PV) system on its roof, embracing a smarter, more sustainable approach to energy.10 Jan 2018 Read more »
A crocodile lizard that has been turned into a cartoon character, a snail-eating turtle discovered in a Thai food market and a horseshoe bat that ...19 Dec 2017 Read more »
WWF is encouraging the citizens of Hue to avoid consumption of wild meat for the well-being of wildlife and forests, making Hue become the first Wild ...16 Dec 2017 Read more »