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Australian ministers write to China to confirm approval of Carmichael mine

Guardian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade secretary says Adani may have requested letter to help secure Chinese funding

Protesters depict Malcolm Turnbull and the Adani founder.

Protesters depict Turnbull and Adani founder. Australian banks have ruled out lending to the project. Photograph: Dan Himbrechts/AAP


Senior Turnbull government ministers have written a formal letter to China’s government to confirm that the controversial Adani Carmichael coal project in Queensland has passed all necessary environmental approvals.

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Phát hiện ô nhiễm môi trường, hãy gọi ngay: 086.900.0660

11:26, 31/10/2017 (GMT+7)

(TN&MT) – Ngày 30/10, Tổng cục Môi trường (Bộ TN&MT) đã công bố đường dây nóng cấp trung ương để tiếp nhận phản ánh, kiến nghị về ô nhiễm môi trường theo số điện thoại 086.900.0660

baotainguyenmoitruong_Theo đó, khi phát hiện những hành vi xả chất thải gây ô nhiễm môi trường; các vụ việc ô nhiễm, suy thoái môi trường, người dân có thể gọi ngay đến Đường dây nóng của Tổng cục môi trường theo số 086.900.0660

Phát hiện ô nhiễm môi trường, hãy gọi ngay: 086.900.0660

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Foreign air carriers rush to open new air routes to Vietnam

Last update 12:00 | 16/10/2017  vietnamnet

VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign air carriers are opening new air routes to Vietnam to keep up with their competitors. 

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Bangkok Airways has opened the Bangkok – Phu Quoc Island air route with departure from Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Varong Israsena Na Ayudhya, deputy CEO of Bangkok Airways, said the Thai carrier had been successful with the Bangkok – Da Nang, which prompted it to open a route that links Bangkok and Phu Quoc.

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Bio-tech key to climate change response: scientist

Last update 13:00 | 15/10/2017  vietnamnet

VietNamNet Bridge – Prof., Dr. Bui Chi Buu, former director of the Institute of Agricultural Sciences for Southern Viet Nam, speaks to Viet Nam News about the agricultural challenges facing the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta and measures to cope with them.  

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Prof Dr Bui Chi Buu, former director of the Institute of Agricultural Sciences for Southern Viet Nam

What challenges does agriculture in the Mekong Delta face today?

There are three major challenges for agricultural production in the Mekong Delta now.

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Why eating insects makes sense – Tại sao nên ăn Côn trùng – một nguồn thực phẩm thay thế cho thịt

The Economist Published on Sep 25, 2014

The world’s population is projected to reach 11 billion by the end of the century. Feeding that many people will be a challenge, and it is further complicated by the impact of climate change on agriculture. That is why some people advocate an unusual way to boost the food supply and feed people sustainably: by eating less meat, and more insects. About 2 billion people already eat bugs.

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World’s 3 million stateless deserve nationality -UNHCR

Friday, 3 November 2017 09:20 GMT

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Rohingya are largest group, omitted from Myanmar citizens list

By Stephanie Nebehay

 – An estimated 10 million people worldwide are statelessincluding three million officially, a status that deprives them of an identity, rights, and often jobs, the United Nations refugee agency said on Friday.

Muslim Rohingyas in Buddhist-majority Myanmar form the world’s biggest stateless minority, with some 600,000 having fled violence and repression since late August and taken refuge in Bangladesh, it said.

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Dishwashing, floor-cleaning liquid made of plant waste

Last update 07:40 | 03/11/2017  vietnamnet

VietNamNet Bridge – At a meeting held on the occasion of Vietnamese Women’s Day on October 20 in Hanoi, a delicate woman caught the special attention when she introduced herself as the inventor of a dishwashing and floor cleaning liquid made of plant waste.vietnam economy, business news, vn news, vietnamnet bridge, english news, Vietnam news, news Vietnam, vietnamnet news, vn news, Vietnam net news, Vietnam latest news, Vietnam breaking news, dishwashing liquid, environment friendly products, MST
She was Trinh Thi Hong, director of Minh Hong Biotechnology Company based in Da Nang.

Hong’s washing liquid is made after a special process. It needs 3 kilograms of plant waste to create 2 liters of finished liquid. The waste is cleaned (tree leaves, vegetables, flowers and fruits) and cut it into 3 cm pieces. It is mixed with 10 kilograms of water and 300 grams of sugar and put in in a closed bucket for 30 days.

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Vietnam Typhoon Damrey, International Red Cross response – Bão Damrey, con số và ứng phó của Chữ thập đỏ Quốc tế

From International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies – IFRC

Hiệp hôi Chữ Thập Đỏ và Trăng lưỡi liềm đỏ quốc tế tại Việt Nam

Thiệt hại

4,3 triệu người bị ảnh hưởng bởi bão

381, 000 nghìn người cần hỗ trợ

120,000 nghìn ngôi nhà bị hỏng và gần 15,000 nghìn nhà bị phá huỷ

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Hong Kong university becomes World Bank consultant for Vietnamese teachers’ professional development

The Education University of Hong Kong will consult for the Vietnamese education ministry in its Enhancing Teacher Education Program

By Tuoi Tre News November 3, 2017, 15:58 GMT+7
​Hong Kong university becomes World Bank consultant for Vietnamese teachers’ professional development
Project team members meet with officials from World Bank and Vietnam’s education ministry at the World Bank Vietnam Office. Photo: EdUHK

The World Bank has appointed a Hong Kong university as a consultant for Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training on a project aimed at promoting the continuous professional development of the Vietnamese teachers.

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Lives behind hydropower dams

PanNature Mekong-cuuLong Blog

Published on Oct 19, 2017

There are more than 3,000 rivers in Vietnam, provide resources to feed millions of people and bring livelihoods to hundreds of communities. When the rivers change, fishermen and farmers are the first to be affected. By September 2013, more than 800 hydropower projects were planned, more than 250 hydropower projects operated, and more than 200 hydropower projects under construction. By 2013, due to only 21 hydropower projects in 12 provinces, more than 300,000 people were displaced and resettled. How are their lives now…?

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Tại sao có quá ít phụ nữ làm lãnh đạo

Sheryl Sandberg Giám đốc điều hành Facebook

Đối với mọi người trong khán phòng hôm nay, chúng ta hãy tự nhận là mình may mắn. Chúng ta không sống trong một thế giới mà các bà mẹ và các bà của chúng ta đã phải sống, thời kỳ mà các lựa chọn ngành nghề cho phụ nữ còn rất hạn hẹp. Và nếu các bạn ở trong phòng này ngày hôm nay, đa số chúng ta được lớn lên trong một thế giới nơi mà chúng ta được hưởng những quyền công dân sơ đẳng. Và ngạc nhiên thay, chúng ta vẫn sống trong một thế giới nơi mà một số phụ nữ vẫn không có những quyền đó.

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SKorean group to build $450 million solar power plant in Bạc Liêu

Update: September, 18/2017 – 09:00

Leaders of Bạc Liêu Province and SY Group sign MoU to build a solar power project in the province. — Photo moitruong.net.vn

Viet Nam News BẠC LIÊU — The Department of Planning and Investment of the Mekong Delta province of Bạc Liêu signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the South Korea-based SY Group to build a solar power project in Đông Hải District.

Under the MoU, the SY Group will construct a 400ha solar power plant in Long Điền Đông Commune, Đông Hải District, by June 2019 with a total investment of more than VNĐ10.24 trillion, or over US$450.5 million.

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