Community cleanup efforts and local government commitment underway to tackle the mounting plastic waste issue on Phu Quoc Island
A massive cleanup effort has been launched in Phu Quoc, Kien Giang province in southern Vietnam, ...
Thousands of people join a project to save the foundations of their livelihoods: the biodiversity and ecosystems of the Central Annamites
Thousands of people in the Central Annamites will join the CarBi II project which will contribute ...
Renewable energy can achieve global climate and energy goals without damming the world’s remaining free flowing rivers
Renewable energy can solve the world’s climate and energy challenge without sacrificing its ...
New Study in Nature: Just One-Third of the World’s Longest Rivers Remain Free-Flowing
Just over one-third (37%) of the world’s 246 longest rivers remain free-flowing – including rivers ...
WWF's Asia Pacific Representative meets with Vice Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Ministry
WWF’s Regional Director in Asia Pacific meets the Vice Minister of Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural ...
Moving towards responsible shrimp production in Vietnam: Processor and importer join hand with farmers in Soc Trang to achieve certification
Nong Ngu 14/10 Hoa Nho A Cooperative, a group of small-scale shrimp farmers, in Soc Trang signed a ...
Department of Climate Change coordinates with NGO networks to promote climate change responses in Vietnam
Two climate change working groups in Vietnam signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the ...
Accountability can reverse plastic pollution crisis, says WWF report
Global plastics pollution has been created in one generation and, with system-wide accountability, ...
Which city will be first to halve their climate emissions?
On 12th February 2019, WWF launches its One Planet City Challenge 2019.
New multi-stakeholder initiative launched in Singapore to drive excellence in sustainable finance
Today marks the launch of the Asia Sustainable Finance Initiative (ASFI) which aims to help shift ...
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