Dozens of fauna and flora species listed in the World Red Book as Roosevelt's muntjac, Amentotaxus yunnanensis (catkin yew) or Gekko cf.
Archaeologists have uncovered scores of artefacts left by the Sa Huynh people, who lived in the central region thousands of years ago.
Thirty red-headed cranes have returned to the Tram Chim National Park in the southern province of Dong Thap to “settle down” there, thanks to efforts to conserve the biodiversity.
A week-long photography exhibition is underway in central Danang city to raise public awareness of the importance of conserving endangered species and their habitats.
The chief of UNESCO Viet Nam, Katherine Muller-Martin, yesterday (Feb 18) paid tribute to residents of Duong Lam Village for a local conservation project restoring historic buildings.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has green-lighted an urgent project to bolster elephant conservation efforts and restrict ivory trading in Viet Nam by 2020.
UNESCO presented an official plaque to the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi on October 14, reconising its achievements in conserving the Lost Bomb Shelter.
Dak Lak provincial authorities have allocated tens of thousands of hectares of forest land to private companies to grow rubber.
The Cat Ba Langur Conservation Project organized fun-filled summer activities for school children on Cat Ba Island as part of their conservation education program.
Swamp cypress or Glyptostrobus only left in China and Vietnam, with two populations consisting of 162 trees in Vietnam's Dak Lak province.