Businesses in the food and beverage sector play a crucial role in orienting consumers to change their awareness and behaviours towards plastic waste.
The report of humanitarian group Oxfam reveals that the social and economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic as mass unemployment, disruption to food production and supplies and declining aid could push 121 million people to the brink of starvation this year.
Environmental awareness in real estate has become an integral part of the growing impact investing trend.
An underestimation of climate change and the slow process of correspondence are putting high risks on national development growth of Vietnam.
The Dynamic City Integrated Development Project will precisely advance over 81,000 residents of Thai Nguyen city, by decreasing travel time through improved transport connectivity and strengthening urban environmental sanitation through enhanced drainage and sewer system, specifically in flood-prone areas.
According to Eric Sidgwick, ADB Country Director, Vietnam should adapt to recent changes to achieve a robust and environmentally friendly growth model.
During the first visit to Vietnam, World Bank Vice President for Sustainable Development, Laura Tuck reaffirmed the World Bank Group’s continued support for Vietnam as the country addresses the challenges of rapid urbanization and the impacts of climate change.
Twenty-one projects are honored, of which 17 are financed and the remainders are offered the non-financial support services.
Vietnam risks a loss of 7.2 million tonnes of rice yield and 3.2 per cent of its agricultural land by the late 21st century as a result of climate change, according to a Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development forecast.
EU and France facilitate research and discussions on causes and protection measures in context of climate change, Hoi An workshop hears.
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