Opening the training course “Enhancing  the silvicultural management skill in timber forest business” in Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province

Opening the training course “Enhancing the silvicultural management skill in timber forest business” in Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province

  •   19/04/2017 05:34:00 AM
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The training course “Enhancing the silvicultural management skill in timber forest business” is started in Phu Yen province by IREN, UNIQUE forest and land use (UNIQUE) cooperated with Phu Yen Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (Phu Yen DARD) on April 18th, 2017.

Working with Song Hinh protection forest management board (Song Hinh PFMB)

Working with Song Hinh protection forest management board (Song Hinh PFMB)

  •   18/04/2017 11:48:00 PM
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Experts of IREN and UNIQUE forest and land use (UNIQUE) worked with Song Hinh PFMP on April 17th, 2017. This is one of cooperation activities among IREN, UNIQUE and Song Hinh PFMB about support of raising management skills and introduction of silvicultural techniques in timber forest business.

Vietnam targets 42% forest cover by 2020.

National programme targets 42% forest cover by 2020

  •   13/04/2017 11:10:00 PM
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Vietnam’s national forest cover is targeted to reach 42% of the total land area, equivalent to 14.4 million hectares, by 2020.

Field trips and surveys for "Updated Action Plan to Respond to Climate Change in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam"

Field trips and surveys for "Updated Action Plan to Respond to Climate Change in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam"

  •   12/04/2017 10:58:00 PM
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"Updated Action Plan to Respond to Climate Change in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam" has been implemented with the field trips and surveys in Quang Tri province from March 27 to April 11, 2017. IREN group cooperated with Division of Sea, Island and Hydrometeorology - Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Quang Tri Province to work with departments, local authorities for primary and secondary data collection.

Coal power plants could endanger marine protection areas

Coal power plants could endanger marine protection areas

  •   06/03/2017 10:13:00 PM
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Environmentalists have urged authorities to ‘learn lessons from the Formosa incident and reconsider proposed coal thermal power projects in Vinh Tan’.

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