Putting the carbon market to work

Putting the carbon market to work

The Paris Agreement, adopted in 2015, represents a historic global effort to combat climate change with the primary goal is to limit global warming to well below 2°C...
Energy sector CO2 emissions hit record in 2022: study

Energy sector CO2 emissions hit record in 2022: study

Global energy sector carbon dioxide emissions hit a record peak last year counter to Paris commitments, a key study warned Monday, and highlighted the "worst ever" impacts of climate change.
GreenYellow investing in New Wing's rooftop solar power system

GreenYellow investing in New Wing's rooftop solar power system

GreenYellow, a French energy management company, has signed a deal to invest in a rooftop solar power project in Bac Giang for New Wing Interconnect Technology.
Japanese company strives to reduce CO2 emissions in response to AZEC

Japanese company strives to reduce CO2 emissions in response to AZEC

On March 3-4, Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha led a Vietnamese delegation to attend the Ministerial Meeting on Asia Zero Emissions Community (AZEC) in Tokyo.
BASF Vietnam: creating chemistry for a sustainable country

BASF Vietnam: creating chemistry for a sustainable country

Chemicals group BASF is driving sustainability through innovations and partnerships across the value chain.
The principles for emission ambition

The principles for emission ambition

VIR’s Van Nguyen spoke with Dinh Thi Quynh Van, general director of PwC Vietnam, about how the country can successfully carry out its commitments.
Climate 'reality check': 2021 global CO2 emissions near record levels

Climate 'reality check': 2021 global CO2 emissions near record levels

Global CO2 emissions caused mainly by burning fossil fuels are set to rebound in 2021 to pre-Covid levels, with China's share increasing to nearly a third of the total, according to an assessment published Thursday.
Forests, soil may not keep pace with CO2 emissions, experts warn

Forests, soil may not keep pace with CO2 emissions, experts warn

The world is counting too heavily on soil and plants to soak up planet-ravaging carbon pollution, researchers cautioned Wednesday.