With less than 30% of Greater Mekong’s forests remaining, new WWF report highlights efforts by people and communities trying to stop the devastation
The Greater Mekong region has lost a third of its natural forest cover.
Avery Dennison launches Southeast Asia forestry project in Vietnam
HO CHI MINH, Vietnam — May 3, 2018 — The Avery Dennison Foundation, the global philanthropic arm of ...
Say “No plastic straw”
A plastic straw might look simple and convenient, but not many people know that its journey is ...
Pangasius with a clear conscience
From Vietnam’s Mekong Delta to the supermarket shelves in Europe and America, certification is ...
How to be a responsible tourist in Vietnam
WWF-Vietnam would like to provide the following recommendations to responsible tourists, in order ...
The financial sector and its pivotal role in aiding Vietnam’s fulfilment of the Paris Agreement
Vietnam’s financial sector ought to be at the forefront of the transitional efforts to deliver a ...
Rhino horn demand reduction project comes to a close, looks to the future
Vietnamese businesses and civil society organisations are emerging as leaders in the fight against ...
WWF’s Hue office goes solar!
WWF’s Hue office installed a 5 kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic (PV) system on its roof, embracing ...
Scientists Discover 115 New Species in Greater Mekong Region: WWF Report
A crocodile lizard that has been turned into a cartoon character, a snail-eating turtle discovered ...
Hue ready to become the first Wild Meat – Free City of Vietnam
WWF is encouraging the citizens of Hue to avoid consumption of wild meat for the well-being of ...
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