More than 3,600 students participated in Painting for Forest Planting with Panasonic

More than 3,600 students participated in Painting for Forest Planting with Panasonic

Panasonic Vietnam held the awards ceremony for the contest “Painting for forest planting” in collaboration with the CNREC.
MHI studies use of ammonia for power generation

MHI studies use of ammonia for power generation

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. has begun a feasibility study on using ammonia as a fuel for power plants in Indonesia.
Exhibition Living New With Old promotes sustainable consumption

Exhibition Living New With Old promotes sustainable consumption

The exhibition Living New With Old promotes the reuse of old things to save costs and contribute to environmental protection.
Getting to grips with the plastics scourge

Getting to grips with the plastics scourge

Through campaigns and awareness-raising efforts, Vietnamese authorities and businesses are taking steps to limit plastic usage or promote recycling, with newly-ratified legislation helping to shift from a linear economy towards a circular economy.
Unilever's Clean Future commits to 100 per cent biodegradable formulations

Unilever's Clean Future commits to 100 per cent biodegradable formulations

The Clean Future programme from Unilever’s Home Care has been launched, aiming to improve consumer health and address climate change.
Offshore wind power investors need better mechanism

Offshore wind power investors need better mechanism

While Vietnam plans a 7,000MW of offshore wind power by 2030, most of wind farm investors shared their concern about the bidding mechanism for the industry in a recent energy workshop in Hanoi.
Uncertainty lingers on with global oil and gas investment

Uncertainty lingers on with global oil and gas investment

With a global oil price reaching eye-watering levels, much of Vietnam’s oil and gas potential depends on new-found investments in exploration technology, thus helping boost the country’s state budget.
Petrol law advances tailored for benefits

Petrol law advances tailored for benefits

An amended Law on Petroleum is expected to revive funding opportunities for the oil and gas sector as many fields are reaching their productive peaks or experiencing a state of decline – as long as some outstanding issues are ironed out.
Increasing oil prices setting back gas-related ventures

Increasing oil prices setting back gas-related ventures

Continuing global conflicts and price rises of various commodities are undermining the development and exploitation of oil and gas fields in Vietnam, and collaborations may continue to struggle if inflation pressures persist.
Green consumption campaign begins in HCM City

Green consumption campaign begins in HCM City

The 2022 Green Consumption Campaign organised by Sai Gon Giai Phong (Liberated Saigon) newspaper and Saigon Co.op, which calls on the public to give priority to sustainable products and those made by companies that are environmentally conscious, began last Sunday.
Scenarios offer clarity for renewables

Scenarios offer clarity for renewables

Bringing together authorities and investors in a transparent manner on appropriate risk-sharing and design of a conducive regulatory framework are considered vital activities for developing new industries for offshore wind, attendees heard at the launch of a new national energy report.
Nuclear option weighed up for energy ambitions

Nuclear option weighed up for energy ambitions

Vietnam’s growing demand for energy in service of rapid socioeconomic development and materialising its ambitious dream of achieving net-zero emissions have once again triggered a need to develop nuclear power, which would require thorough analysis.
CME Solar and Song Hong Garment promote green energy

CME Solar and Song Hong Garment promote green energy

CME Solar Company has made efforts to accompany many enterprises in the textile, garment, and footwear industries in their transition to using green energy.
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