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Gaps and potential risks in the implementation of regulations on labour contracts, employee insurance, and occupational safety in micro and small-sized timber enterprises in the context of VPA/FLEGT implementation

As a member of VNGO-FLEGT Network, under the coordination of the Centre for Rural Development in Central Vietnam (CRD), PanNature and organizations of the network have contributed to develop and publish the policy brief on “Gaps and potential risks in…

Shaping a sustainable future in the forests of the A Luoi Valley

The A Luoi Valley bears the scars of war and suffered the tactical use of herbicides. Today it also faces the challenges of deforestation, reforestation, and struggles for resources between diverse stakeholder groups. How do people in the A Luoi Valley in Vietnam manage their forestland in times of accelerated climate change, and what are their livelihood needs?

Should ‘wet markets’ be banned?

Mr. Trinh Le Nguyen, PanNature's Executive Director was joining Al Jazeera News's online panel discussing wildlife trade and control measures in Vietnam.   Coronavirus pandemic leads to growing calls to ban markets where many people buy fresh meat and vegetables. Scientists…

Toward Sustainable Rubber Value Chain

From December 24-26th, 2019, in Gia Lai, PanNature in collaboration with the Vietnam Rubber Group and Vietnam Rubber Association organized a training course to introduce some sustainable forest certification programs to the representatives of nearly 20 rubber companies in the…

Invasive Alien Plant Species in Vietnam: A case study of Solanum viarum in Hang Kia – Pà Cò

"I want to thank the local NGO, PanNature, who took me in during the study, helped me get a research permit as well as helped me a great deal before my arrival to the field. I specifically want to thank the director of PanNature, Mr. Nguyen Trinh Le, who decided to invite me to Vietnam and Mr. Nguyen Duc To Luu, who helped me plan my research and carry out experiments in the field. Mr. Thang and Mr. Liem, the two field officers who lived at the field office in Vân H?, helped me narrow down my study area, introduced me to the rangers and government officials in Hang Kia – Pà Cò nature reserve and helped me build the setup for my germination experiment. In addition to practical help, they also cooked for me several times a day, took me around the area for different events and dinners and became my friends during my three month stay in Vân H?. I am forever grateful for their hospitality and warm personalities, which made me feel at home, so far from home." -  Luna wrote in Acknowledgments of the thesis.
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