31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Vietnam, US commit to shoulder against climate change
Vietnam said it continues intensifying cooperation with the US in national climate resilience strategies.
11:06, 2021/06/14
Vietnam’s bold policy for Mekong Delta works
Mekong Delta is a typical region featuring proactive adaptation to nature from severe impact by climate change.
11:47, 2021/47/24
Climate change threatens world security: UN Security Council meeting
Vietnam said the UN Security Council needs a comprehensive and balanced approach when dealing with the thorny issues.
07:45, 2021/45/15
Vietnam prioritizes technological solutions in building urban infrastructure
Building urban infrastructure towards green growth is a necessary goal in the urbanization process, in order to adapt to climate change.
14:01, 2021/01/27
Vietnam needs US$35b for climate resilience in next 10 years: PM
Vietnam is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change due to its extensive coastline, vast deltas and floodplains, and on the path of typhoons.
18:14, 2020/14/21
Vietnam GDP set to rebound to 6.8% in 2021: WB
Vietnam’s good economic performance comes from the resilience of both domestic economy and foreign trade.
16:56, 2020/56/05
Vietnam, World Bank to work on long-term partnership strategy
Vietnam seeks the World Bank’s support in the fields of renewable energy and electrification in remote areas.
09:12, 2020/12/23
Vietnam to receive US$51.5 million for efforts against carbon emissions and deforestation
Vietnam is expected to reduce 10.3 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions from six North Central provinces to receive US$51.5 million from World Bank’s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility.
15:32, 2020/32/24
Building back better on food and agriculture
The Covid-19 pandemic could push an additional 130 million people worldwide into chronic hunger by the end of 2020.
17:22, 2020/22/29
Climate in the Covid era
Stocks of large companies with stronger environmental, social and governance (ESG) ratings have outperformed the global average by 4.7% since mid-December 2019.
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