In Việt Nam, the rate of solid waste collection in the cities currently is 85 per cent, while in rural areas it ranges from 50 to 60 per cent.
The by-products include rice straw and stubble, rice bran, corn and banana stems, and animal and poultry waste. … An Giang province People’s Committee has instructed relevant agencies to develop programmes and models for using by-products to increase farmers’ incomes, protect the environment…
Vietnam News – More breakthrough solutions are needed to help farmers in the Mekong Delta cope with unpredictably rising water levels, according to experts. …The development of diversified livelihoods for farmers in low-lying areas is an urgent task. This would help ensure the lives of farmers, improve the quality of soil thanks to the floodwaters and ensure rice production in the region, which is considered the country’s rice granary.
Viet Nam News – The southernmost province of Cà Mau is speeding up the process of planting 500ha of new forests, and wants to complete the task this year.
Power drawn from renewable energy is expected to soar in the future, although the country’s capacity to integrate this source of energy into the national power grid is still limited, … >>>
The VNĐ3.3 trillion (US$145 million) Cái Lớn – Cái Bé irrigation project, which will connect the Cái Lớn River to Cái Bé River in the Mekong Delta region, faces opposition from scientists.