WWF-VIETNAM OFFICE SHOWS THE SMART ENERGY WAY
Viet Nam is not only known for its pho and conical hats. Unfortunately it is also a country with a ...
World takes bold steps to protect wildlife, including elephants, rhinos and tigers
Johannesburg, South Africa (5 October) – With illegal and unsustainable trade endangering wildlife ...
HSBC Water Programme Creates Sustainable Livelihoods in Ca Mau
As part of the HSBC Water Programme, WWF works with communities in the Mekong River Basin to ...
Viet Nam must tackle rhino horn trade or face sanctions
Gland, Switzerland – With the rhino poaching crisis showing no signs of abating, Viet Nam must ...
INTEL Partners WWF for Wetland Reforestation: Restoring Wildlife Habitats and Ensuring Local Livelihoods
15th September 2016, Long An Province – Intel Products Vietnam Co., Ltd., and WWF-Vietnam launch ...
Wild pets – underestimated threats to human and wildlife
Several species native to Southeast Asia are currently being threatened by pet trade; from trading ...
Emergency plan for elephant conservation – the last hope for Vietnam’s wild elephants
Dak Lak - July 28 & 29, 2016 - Urgent actions to effectively conserve Vietnam’s remaining wild ...
WWF brings shrimp products from 52 small-scale shrimp farmers to international markets through ASC certification and public-private partnership
June 24th, 2016 – 52 small-scale shrimp farms, which together form the Thanh Cong 1 farmer’s group ...
The first World Saola Day calls for actions to protect the very last “Asian Unicorns”
09 July 2016, Ho Chi Minh City – On its first World Saola Day celebration, WWF-Vietnam highlights ...
Two more companies commit to environmental and social responsibility
From 2010 to 2014, Vietnam lost 204,630 hectares of natural forest as a result of increased demand ...
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