World Environment Day June 5, 2022 is launched by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) with the theme “Only One Earth” to convey the message about sustainable lifestyle in harmony with nature; rational use of natural resources; biodiversity protection and response to climate change through policies and activities towards a greener, cleaner lifestyle.
According to experts, even if the Power Development Plan VIII has been authorized, there are still numerous flaws, and more solutions are needed to assure energy security and socio-economic development.
As a policy maker, Mr. Nguyen Quang Huan, member of the Committee on Science, Technology and Environment, said that Vietnam can consider nuclear power development in the long term because of its stability and zero CO2 emissions, but at the same time, should not regard nuclear power as the relief for the “net zero” commitment.
Vietnam Association for Clean Water and Environment Celebrated the Grand Opening of Their New Transaction Office in Hanoi
On the morning of May 12, 2022, the Standing Committee of Vietnam Association for Clean Water and Environment (AWATEN) solemnly held the opening ceremony of the new transaction office located at 9th Floor, No. 98, Hoang Quoc Viet Street, Cau Giay District, Hanoi City.
National Assembly TV – Today’s Viewpoint: Missing the Target of Providing 93% of Population with Access to Clean Water
Vietnam is in danger of missing the target of the National Assembly Resolution No. 16/2021/QH15, which is approximately 95% – 100% of urban residents and 93% – 95% of rural residents have access to clean water by 2025. This is the assessment of experts under the discussion of clean water access and clean water market in Vietnam recently. Clean water laws should be enacted.
Interpellation Session at 9th Sitting, National Assembly Standing Committee: To Change Viewpoints on Waste Treatment
Environmental and urban sanitation are confronting a variety of challenges, especially waste and wastewater, which has caused severe water pollution, soil pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. At the afternoon session on March 16, many National Assembly deputies were interested in questioning the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) about wastewater and domestic waste treatment, as well as investment solutions to build treatment plants in their localities.
On the morning of March 5, 2022, Halcom Vietnam JSC. held a ground-breaking ceremony to build The Water Supply System in Nhon Hoi Economic Zone, Binh Dinh province. This is the next project in the province invested by Halcom Vietnam, following the Phuong Mai 3 Wind Power Plant project.
On February 19-20, 2022, Halcom Vietnam JSC. held a virtual annual training session for Corporate Compliance Program (CCP) in 2022. There was the participation of the board of management and employees from Halcom, member companies and project collaborators.
On February 23, 2022 in Hoa Binh, the News Department (VOV1), the Music Department (VOV3) and the Foreign Affairs Department (VOV5) of the Voice of Vietnam Radio coordinated with the People’s Committee of Lac Son district to hold the inauguration ceremony of Ve Village Kindergarten in Quy Hoa Commune. This is a meaningful project that VOV accompanies with sponsors, including Halcom Vietnam, for mountainous students in Lac Son district.
Hau Giang Solar Power Plant is one of the first renewable energy plants to be put into operation in Hau Giang province, which not only contributes to the efficient exploitation of solar energybut also create new value for salin soil in Hau Giang province. Hau Giang TV has an interview with Mr. Nguyen Viet Dzung – Chief Officer of Halcom Vietnam JSC. on the occasion of the Tet holidays about the operation and future plans of the plant.
Excessive reliance on fossil energy resources will not guarantee sustainable energy security in the future due to the gradual depletion of these resources. At the same time, the environment and human health will be affected by the exploitation and the usage of these mineral resources. So, how should Vietnam implement the investment transition to renewable energy? What challenges lie ahead for this transition? The Natural Resources and Environment Journal interviewed Mr. Nguyen Quang Huan, a deputy of the National Assembly, Chairman of Halcom Vietnam JSC. on this topic.
Halcom Vietnam JSC (code: HID) was successful in holding Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders 2021 with digital voting via the system of Vietnam Securities Depository dated January 10-12.2022. There was the participation of the Board of Directors, Board of Executive, Control Committee and shareholders.