Vietnam’s dedicated path to net-zero emissions

Vietnam’s dedicated path to net-zero emissions

Vietnam could make great strides in absorbing and leveraging new technologies as it transitions to a green economy, but it also faces major challenges related to financial, technical, and policy procedures.
Setting the course for emissions cuts

Setting the course for emissions cuts

While the necessary course for a greener and more sustainable future in global energy policies seems set, Vietnam’s energy transition faces budgetary and capacity challenges, both of which need to be overcome with suitable solutions.
Vietnam gets serious with emissions

Vietnam gets serious with emissions

While working with the international community to combat climate change, Vietnam has made a strong commitment to cut down greenhouse gas emissions – however, this would also mean the country will have to revise development strategies of sectors using fossil fuels.
Beyond COP26: Four key steps for CEOs

Beyond COP26: Four key steps for CEOs

Managing climate change is the greatest challenge of our time, and the COP26 is a milestone in the world’s efforts to take concerted action.
Net-zero emissions strategy for tech sector

Net-zero emissions strategy for tech sector

Technology plays a vital role in developing long-term solutions to decrease climate-changing emissions and companies can take action to set industry standards.
Carbon Dated: multinational companies to cut suppliers failing to curb carbon emissions

Carbon Dated: multinational companies to cut suppliers failing to curb carbon emissions

A new study by Standard Chartered reveals that 78 per cent of multinationals will remove suppliers that endanger their carbon transition plan by 2025.
VNFOREST sets ambitious revenue target for forest environment services

VNFOREST sets ambitious revenue target for forest environment services

The Vietnam Administration of Forestry (VNFOREST) set the target to acquire VND2.8 trillion ($121.74 million) from forest environment services this year
GE rises to challenges of energy transition

GE rises to challenges of energy transition

GE has announced a comprehensive set of goals to achieve carbon neutrality for the company’s operations by 2030.
Hexagon’s solutions to cut emissions

Hexagon’s solutions to cut emissions

The project development arm of Hexagon Holdings Singapore has announced a long-term power purchase agreement with New Wing Interconnect Technology (NWIT) for a rooftop solar system with a nominal power output of six megawatts peak.
Shipping sector prioritises five solutions for decarbonisation

Shipping sector prioritises five solutions for decarbonisation

Shell and Deloitte Netherlands and Deloitte UK today published a joint research outlining industry perspectives on decarbonising the shipping sector.
Tetra Pak commits to net zero emissions

Tetra Pak commits to net zero emissions

Tetra Pak commits to reaching net zero GHG emissions in its operations by 2030, and aims to achieve net zero GHG emissions for the entire value chain by 2050.
A breath of fresh air even in the heaviest traffic

A breath of fresh air even in the heaviest traffic

In large cities people are exposed to copious amounts of pollutants on a daily basis without a good air filter for the passenger cabin of their cars.
Solar ESCO develops solar energy project in Tong Hong Tannery Vietnam

Solar ESCO develops solar energy project in Tong Hong Tannery Vietnam

Through teaming up with Solar ESCO, Tong Hong could save at least 5 per cent of cost per kWh and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through each product.
Three Japan automakers admit false emissions data

Three Japan automakers admit false emissions data

Japan's Suzuki Motor, Mazda and Yamaha have admitted using false emissions data for some vehicles, the transport ministry said on Thursday (Aug 9), in the latest product quality scandal to hit the country's auto sector.
Proposal to raise emissions standards for cars

Proposal to raise emissions standards for cars

Vietnam Register, under the Ministry of Transport, has proposed raising the emission standards for cars to level 2 in order to minimise the increasing environmental pollution in the country.
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