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White-leg shrimp at an ASC-certified farm

Small-Scale Shrimp Holders in Soc Trang Achieving International Responsible Certification – the Ultimate Ticket to High-End Markets

A local shrimp-farming group in Soc Trang - Hoa Nghia Co-operative has received its first Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certification for a ...

23 Jun 2017 Read more »
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The mighty forest of the central Annamite

WWF and Partners Celebrate Six Years of Successful Forest and Wildlife Conservation in Central Annamites of Laos and Vietnam

Hue City, Vietnam, April 20, 2017 -- A ground-breaking partnership has resulted in the protection of more than 240,000 hectares of forests in the ...

20 Apr 2017 Read more »
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Jun - an 6 years old elephant was found trapped and wounded by the local people. Now Jun is taken care by the Dak Lak Elephant Conservation Center as he was not able to be released back to the wild.

Wild elephants could become extinct in Dak Lak in coming years, unless we act now

A recent estimation suggests the possibility of Vietnam’s largest wild elephant population going extinct in coming years.

23 Mar 2017 Read more »
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Measuring FSC certified timber in Quang Tri, Vietnam

Promoting sustainable plantation forest management and legal and responsible timber trade in Viet Nam

Today, Viet Nam Administration of Forestry, WWF-Vietnam, TRAFFIC and RECOFTC, launch the jointly implemented Project of "Responsible Asia Forestry & ...

05 Jan 2017 Read more »
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Giám đốc WWF-Việt Nam ông Văn Ngọc Thịnh trao tặng bức ảnh Saola cho Hoàng tử Anh.

WWF Reaction to the Hanoi Statement on Wildlife Crime

Statement from Colman O’Criodain, WWF Wildlife Practice Policy Manager The Hanoi Statement on Illegal Wildlife Trade is a good step forward with ...

18 Nov 2016 Read more »
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Viet Nam and all Greater Mekong countries must close illegal wildlife markets: Hanoi conference is perfect place to start

Hanoi, Viet Nam, 17 November – Already facing intense global scrutiny for its failure to tackle rampant wildlife crime, the Vietnamese government is ...

17 Nov 2016 Read more »

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