Posts by Nguyen Thuy Hang

PanNature Deputy Director Resignation

After 13 years of dedication to PanNature, Mr. Nguyen Viet Dung has resigned from the position of Deputy Director.

As one of PanNature’s very founding members, Mr.Nguyen Viet Dung plays a crucial role in the organization’s development.

Directly overseeing the Research & Policy Department, Mr.Dung has established and implemented a wide range of policy programs through research, analysis, and dialogues,  as well as his involvement in PanNature’s resource governance initiatives.

PanNature started to focus more on policy impacts quite early, two years after its  establishment in 2006. Dung and the policy team have made tremendous efforts in positioning PanNature as one of the positive contributors to many biodiversity conservation and environmental protection policies in Vietnam.

Mr. Nguyen Viet Dung in Mekong Resources Forum co-organized by PanNature

In recent years, Dung devoted largely to research, analysis and dialogue activities around forestry policy development along with the process of Forestry Law reform. Together with civil society partners and government agencies, PanNature has brought important issues on the ground and voices of forest-dependent communities to policy discussions. A number of key recommendations has been recognized by policy making institutions.

While resigning from the Deputy Director position, Nguyen Viet Dung continues to provide technical support for the policy team until the end of April 2019.

PanNature team respectfully acknowledges and appreciates Mr.Dung’s dedication to the development of the organization as well as his contribution to the cause of protecting Vietnam’s environment and conserving natural heritage.

In the mean time, if you need to discuss issues related to Mr. Nguyen Viet Dung’s previously managed areas in natural resources and environmental policies, please contact Mr. Trinh Le Nguyen, PanNature’s Executive Director.

Impacts of Hydropower Dams on the Mainstream Mekong River Featured in APF/ACSC 2018

Development on the mainstream Mekong river and associated impacts is one of major topics that PanNature have followed for many years. The issue was raised again by PanNature and regional partners in the ASEAN People Forum 2018 (APF/ACSC 2018) in Singapore from 1st to 4th November 2018.

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Save the Mekong Calls for New Transboundary Impact Assessment and Suspension of Pak Lay Dam

On the occasion of the Mekong River Commission’s (MRC) regional stakeholder forum on the Pak Lay Hydropower Project, Save the Mekong – a coalition of non-government organizations, community groups and concerned citizens in the Mekong region – calls for a new Transboundary Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (TBESIA) and Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA) for the proposed Pak Lay dam due to the poor quality of the current assessments. Pak Lay is the fourth dam on the lower Mekong mainstream in Lao PDR and has recently commenced the MRC’s Prior Consultation procedure.

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Save the Mekong Statement on the Collapse of the Xe Pian – Xe Nam Noy Hydropower Project

Save the Mekong, a coalition of non-government organizations, community-based groups and concerned citizens within the Mekong region, wish to express our shock and concern at the recent collapse of the Xe Pian – Xe Nam Noy hydropower project in Laos, and our deep condolences to communities affected by this tragedy, both in southern Laos and downstream in Cambodia.

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The 7th Annual Meeting of the CSO Forum on Social Forestry in ASEAN

The 7th Annual Meeting of the CSO Forum on Social Forestry in ASEAN is being held in Da Nang, Vietnam on 24-25 June 2018 with the theme “Sustaining Collaborative and Innovative People-centered Actions and Contributions in NDCs and the Sustainable Development Goals.”

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Climate change impacts worsen in Mekong Delta

The environment in Mekong Delta is severely being affected by hasher natural disasters, water pollution and natural resources depletion, said a scholar.

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PanNature joined VNGOs to Send the Statement to the VDF 2017

PanNature is one of eight Vietnamese non-governmental organizations involved in drafting the Statement of VNGOs to send to the Forum.

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Flood rises due to loss of 1.7mln ha protection forest

At a meeting jointly-organized yesterday by PanNature, a Vietnamese not-for-profit organization dedicated to protecting and conserving diversity of life and improving human well-being in Vietnam, and the Department of Special Use Forest and Protection Forest Management under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development discussed measures how to protect and restore protection forest in the country in a bid to prevent catastrophic flood.

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PanNature’s Participation in ASEAN People Forum (APF) 2017

From 10 to 13 November 2017, two representatives of PanNature attended ASEAN People Forum (APF) 2017 “Beyond Boundaries: Strengthening People’s Solidarities for a Just, Equitable, and Humane Southeast Asia.”

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Panel Discussion about Vietnam’s Role in Taking Leadership to Collaborate on Water Use in the Mekong Basin

On November 4, PanNature along with the Henry L. Stimson Center and International Union for Conservation for Nature (IUCN) – hosted a panel discussion entitled, “Opportunities for Efficient Water Use in the Mekong Basin and Implications for Vietnam.” The panel discussion brought together participants from domestic and international civil society organizations, government and ministry representatives, as well as foreign diplomats to share their perspectives and opinions related to hydropower development in Laos, a landlocked country who’s ambition to become the “battery of Asia” brings concerns about the environmental sustainability of the entire region.

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