Choosing the Future: People of Hanoi Ponder Wildlife Existence and Extinction
From 20th until 23rd May, 2016, WWF-Vietnam invites audiences to take action for wildlife’s better ...
Vietnamese power sector can reach 100% renewable energy by 2050, according to new study
Hanoi, 12 May 2016 – A new report launched today by WWF-Vietnam and Vietnam Sustainable Energy ...
Vote for Hue - Vote for sustainable future
HUE – WWF’s We Love Cities, a global social media campaign, which launches today, profiles Hue and ...
Vietnam proposal to destroy rhino horn and ivory stockpiles a major statement against illegal wildlife trade
WWF applauds the recent proposal from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) to ...
Global wild tiger population increases, but still a long way to go
BANGKOK -- The number of wild tigers has been revised to 3,890, based on the best available data, ...
Demand for FSC certified furniture offers a profitable future for timber growers in Vietnam
“The increasing threat of climate change has made us realize how important sustainable forestry is. ...
Linking rapid erosion of the Mekong River delta to human activities
Mekong river delta is the third largest delta of the planet concentrating the world’s biological ...
Becoming heroes of Central Annamite forests: Local communities protect wildlife
Under CarBi Project, partly sponsored by HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd. since 2015, WWF is joining force ...
The story of June, and the need for Vietnam's national elephant conservation initiative
January 2016, WWF-Vietnam, launched a national initiative, enabled by the International Investment ...
CITES calls for urgent action to maintain pressure on illegal ivory and rhino horn trade
Gland, 15 January – With thousands of elephants and rhinos poached each year, the Standing ...
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