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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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Forum slams Mekong dam construction, warns livelihoods at stake

The Forum ‘Mekong basin facing challenges in protecting local residents and ecosystem’ was organised by the International Rivers and PanNature, a Vietnamese non- profit dedicated to protecting and conserving diversity and improving human well-being. 

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Effective management of mining key to development

The effective management of mining activities will foster comprehensive development as it helps increase state budget collection and improve environment quality and livelihoods of local people.

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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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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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Promote responsible and sustainable investment in agriculture

Forum on “Promoting cooperation for sustainable and responsible investment in agricultural and trade” was co-organized by People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) and the Vietnam-Laos-Cambodia Association for Economic Cooperation Development (VILACAED) in Vientiane, Laos on October 20, 2017. At the invitation of the Organizing Committee, CIRUM sent a representative to participate and contribute ideas at the forum.

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Experts: Eco-tourism should not destroy biodiversity

“The carrying capacity of facilities at eco-tourism sites, and the monetary value of biodiversity loss caused by eco-tourism, are the two most difficult factors to evaluate,” said Nguy?n Vi?t D?ng, deputy director of People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature).

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Workshop discusses improving Mekong forest management

A workshop discussing a project on strengthening non-State sectors’ (NSAs) voices for improved forest governance in the Mekong region took place in Hanoi on August 16.

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“Ugly” mine craters impacting tourism in south-central Vietnamese province

Ugly craters created by several mine sites are slowly killing tourism in Binh Thuan Province.

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How Halong bay Floating Village has changed since locals move to the mainland?

The USAID funded project has been successful due to cooperation from many people and groups. It has been implemented by Centre for Marinelife Conversation and Community Development (MCD) and its Partners and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) and the Center for Environment and Community Research (CECR), along with cooperation from Quang Ninh province People’s Committee, relevant agencies, enterprises, NGOs,…and local communities in the alliance, advice from national and international experts.

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