VietWater and ProPak Vietnam 2022 set out to enhance circular economy

VietWater and ProPak Vietnam 2022 set out to enhance circular economy

Water management and packaging are both important chains in the circular economy and the main industries present at VietWater and ProPak Vietnam from November 9 to 11 at SECC.
Vietnam approves circular economy development scheme

Vietnam approves circular economy development scheme

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai signed Decision No.687/QD-TTg on June 7 approving the circular economy development scheme and setting some ambitious targets.
Norwegian largest energy company Equinor opens representative office in Hanoi

Norwegian largest energy company Equinor opens representative office in Hanoi

Norwegian largest energy company Equinor on May 5 officially opened its representative office in Hanoi to tap into the local growth potential.
Getting 5G ready for Vietnam’s digital transformation

Getting 5G ready for Vietnam’s digital transformation

VIR's online talk show Getting 5G Ready for Vietnam’s Digital Transformation took place on April 4 and was livestreamed on baodautu.vn, vir.com.vn, and respective Facebook and YouTube channels.
Green energy development a long-term orientation in Vietnam

Green energy development a long-term orientation in Vietnam

Vietnam boasts huge potential for renewable energy driven by favourable natural conditions and the government’s long-term development orientation.
Management accountants crucial to reduce businesses' carbon footprints

Management accountants crucial to reduce businesses' carbon footprints

Management accountants are crucial to supporting and implementing these goals, and their expertise will contribute to decision-making and drive performance towards key milestones, according to IMA.
No more new coal-fired thermal power plants for Mekong Delta by 2030

No more new coal-fired thermal power plants for Mekong Delta by 2030

There will be no more new coal-fired thermal power plants licensed in the Mekong Delta region by 2030, except for the ones currently under construction.
Vietnam considers establishment of renewable energy centre

Vietnam considers establishment of renewable energy centre

The government has asked the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) to work with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and other relevant ministries and agencies on the establishment of a renewable energy centre.
Transport ministry acts to realise Vietnam’s COP26 commitments

Transport ministry acts to realise Vietnam’s COP26 commitments

The Ministry of Transport is preparing to quicken the establishment of its steering committee to realise Vietnam’s commitments at COP26.
Vietnam sets course for carbon market scheme

Vietnam sets course for carbon market scheme

The Government Office has issued Document No.648/VPCP-NN on January 26, approving the carbon market development scheme in Vietnam.
Vietnam promotes sustainable development among private businesses

Vietnam promotes sustainable development among private businesses

Private businesses are expected to soon receive supporting policies for their sustainable development on the back of the recently-approved government programme for 2022-2025.
Six Vietnamese sectors obliged to keep greenhouse gas inventories

Six Vietnamese sectors obliged to keep greenhouse gas inventories

The energy, transportation, construction, industry, agriculture, and waste sector are now legally required to establish and report their greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories to relevant authorities since January 18.
Striving for sustainability amid the pandemic

Striving for sustainability amid the pandemic

While the global health crisis continues to impact the business community, a number of manufacturers in Vietnam have been focusing on sustainability by emphasising a strong corporate culture and contributing to the country’s sustainable development.
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.
Financial powers scratch heads over coal shift

Financial powers scratch heads over coal shift

International institutions are making plans to buy off some of Vietnam’s coal-fired power plants to shut them down as quickly as possible – but while this could reduce greenhouse gas emissions dramatically, national energy security needs to be kept in balance.
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