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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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Experts discuss forest protection, rehabilitation

Experts discussed issues related to conditions and factors to promote natural forest restoration in localities and contribute to ensuring ecological security and minimising damage caused by natural disasters and floods during a conference held yesterday in Hà N?i. The conference was held by the Centre for People and Nature (PanNature).

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Suggested ways for sustainable tourism development in Son Tra Peninsula

Last Saturday, the 1st international workshop on biodiversity conservation and sustainable tourism development in the central region and highlands took place in Da Nang.. It was jointly organised by the municipal Union of Science and Technology Associations, the Nuoc Viet Xanh (GreenViet) Biodiversity Conservation Centre, the Centre for Humans and Nature (PanNature), and the Environment and Biological Resource Teaching Research Team of the Da Nang University (DN-EBR).

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Statement of the Save the Mekong Coalition  Regarding the Pak Lay Dam Notification

On 13 June, the Government of Laos formally notified the Mekong River Commission (MRC) of its intention to construct the Pak Lay dam on the mainstream of the Mekong River. The notification triggers the Prior Consultation procedure under the Procedures for Notification, Prior Consultation and Agreement (PNPCA) of the 1995 Mekong Agreement. Pak Lay is the fourth Mekong mainstream dam to be submitted for the procedure. 

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Workshop “Strengthening Policies and Financing for Sustainable Development of Longer Rotation Forest Plantation in Vietnam”

On June 23-24, PanNature collaborated with International Union for Conservation of Nature Netherlands (IUCN NL), organized workshop “Strengthening Policies and Financing for Sustainable Development of Longer Rotation Forest Plantation in Vietnam”.

The workshop has created a forum among enterprises, investors, forest plantation households, experts and governance agencies to identify challenges and propose policies on investment and finance support for developing large timber and longer rotation forest plantation in Vietnam, aiming at economically and environmentally sustainable forest landscape development.

Panel discussion in the worksho. Photo: PanNature

Field trip to plantation forest in Hoa Vang, Da Nang. Photo: PanNature

On June 24th, the delegates visited a forest plantation household in Hoa Phu commune, Hoa Vang district, Da Nang province.  

Workshop Agenda

Introduction of IUCN Netherlands 

Jan Willem, IUCN Netherlands

Over view on Policies and Opportunities of Large Timber Forest Plantation in Vietnam (Vietnamese)

Dr. Bui Chinh Nghia, Department of Forestry Production Development 

Large timber plantation – Experiences and Results (Vietnamese)

Tien Phong Forestry Company

Turning small timber plantation forest into large timber plantation forest – Experiences from Agriculture Extension Projects and Recommendations (Vietnamese)

National Agriculture Extension Center 

Large timber planatation policies challenges in Vietnam (Vietnamese)

Finance Support – Forest restoration projects, forest plantation for saw log timber 

Mrs. Le Thuy Anh – Project Coordinator KfW Hanoi Office

The Climate-Smart Credit System for Agri-Lenders – Obadiah Ngigi, Co-founder-F3 Life

The IKEA linkage model in Viet Nam: Actual situation and options to improve timber industry value chain

 Mr. Nguyen Vinh Quang, To Xuan Phuc, Naomi Basik Treanor, Nguyen Ton Quyen, Cao Thi Cam

Linkage between wood treatment company and forest plantation households: Elevating value chain in timber industry (Vietnamese)  

VIFORES, ForestTrends

Vietnam wants to promote social forestry in ASEAN: official

According to PanNature Director Trinh Le Nguyen, the 7th meeting targeted to provide a venue to share social forestry knowledge, develop forestry report card, and measures to respond to challenges.

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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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Training workshop “Business engagement for sustainable development”

On June 21-22, 2018 in Da Nang, Viet Nam, PanNature in collaboration with The International Union for Conservation of Nature Netherlands (IUCN NL ), organized the “Business Engagement training to promote Social Forestry and sustainable development”. 

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Slender, rare primate species protected in Da Nang

A report by PanNature and GreenViet presented at a workshop discussing solutions to develop Son Tra Peninsula showed that the biggest threats for langurs are from development projects, under which SUF (special-use forest) will shrink. 

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Participatory Forest Governance Monitoring and Assessment in Vietnam

On May 18th, 2018 in Da Nang, Center for People and Forests (RECOFTC) together with World Wildlife Fund (WWF – Vietnam) and People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) organized the conference “Participatory Forest Governance Monitoring and Assessment in Vietnam: Methodologies, Results and Policy Implications” funded by the European Union. 

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