Phu Quoc Island is an ideal choice for travel and long-term relaxation, with a complete visa exemption policy for international visitors, a temporary stay of up to 30 days, a populous and rich nature, and impressive architecture.
Vietcycle want to connect and support more scrap collectors, and even create their own representative organization that can ensure their legal rights like other professions.
PRO Vietnam's representative stated it is urgent to evaluating projects and other pilot models on waste collection and recycling from now to 2024 to choose the right one to be replicated, aiming at implementing the EPR policy tool.
The adoption of environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria in private enterprises is a driver of innovation and new opportunities, creating long-term value for business and society.
Coca-Cola Vietnam set the world’s largest Vietnamese Tet meal table with the participation of 1,000 multi-generational families at Hoa Lu stadium, Ho Chi Minh City. This special record of Coca-Cola honors the tradition of family reunions over Vietnamese Tet meals and conveys the message "Tet may change, the magic remains".
Shifting to green economy and green growth will help businesses increase their competitiveness and catch up with trends on the domestic and foreign markets.
Vietnamese enterprises’ knowledge about circular business is limited, with only 20 – 30 per cent clear and 3 – 6 per cent very clear, according to CIEM’s survey.
As more consumers become aware of environment safety and the concept of circular economy becoming more influential in Vietnam, enterprises need to switch to packaging that meets sustainability requirements and is easily recyclable to stay competitive.
Dairy businesses in Vietnam are pioneering in applying circular economy solutions on their progresses.
Starbucks Vietnam CEO affirms to continue to open more stores and opportunities in addition to the places that the brand has visited.
Leaders can keep in mind that consumer power can scale change, and it is need to make sustainable choices easier for consumers.
The circular economy is an alternative to traditional linear economies, where people take resources, make things, consume them and throw them away. This way of living uses up finite raw materials and produces vast quantities of waste.
According to HSBC, Vietnam is not immune to a notable global trade slowdown – in other words, “pay-back” time has arrived.
Lots of business in private enterprises take actions to pursuing sustainable development, aiming at creating better corporate and society in a whole.
Developing a modern, standard waste collection, recycling and treatment system is key requirement to effectively implementing the EPR tool, helping businesses save on the cost.
The objective of the project is to facilitate collaboration between consumers, waste pickers, recyclers, and local authorities to pilot the new and innovative approach of circular economy for plastic waste.
The Environmental Protection Law 2020 introduces a new perspective on solid waste management as polluter-pays principle, reflected in policy instruments such as extended producer responsibility (EPR), waste charge by volume.
Taking place in Ho Chi Minh City until March 2023, the project aims to recycle 3000 tonnes of cartons recovered from the environment by around 200 informal waste collectors.
According to Phan Tuan Hung, director of the Legal Department under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, the contribution fee for the collection, recycling and treatment of hazardous waste is mandatory for the purpose of encouraging businesses to adjust their product design as well as their production and business methods toward an environmentally beneficial direction.
The transition towards a circular economy offers $4.5 trillion in economic opportunities globally by reducing waste, stimulating innovation, and creating employment, according to UNDP's representative.
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