While financial resources are constrained from the state side, channelling investment into green projects through the issuance of green bonds may be what it takes for the economic development of the ASEAN bloc in general and Vietnam in particular to be greener and more socially and environmentally sustainable.
Maintaining sustainable economic growth and ensuring financial stability and self-resilience are key goals reached at the 22nd ASEAN Finance Ministers’ Meeting (AFMM-22), the fourth ASEAN Finance Minister and Central Bank Governors’ Meeting (AFMGM-4) and related meetings held in Singapore from April 3-6.
“Sustainable Scenario for the Vietnamese power sector until 2050”, a report by WWF-Vietnam and Vietnam Sustainable Energy Alliance (VSEA) says that 100 percent of Vietnam’s power could be generated by renewable energy technologies by 2050.
PSNews - An exhibition themed “Danish Week - Sustainable City Solutions” was held at Ly Thai To square, Hanoi on December 16 by the Embassy of Denmark in Vietnam, the University of Civil Engineering and the Denmark-Vietnam Alumni Network.
Foreign investors have made their ambitions clear for building green energy waste-to-power projects in Vietnam.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc lauded orientations to the development of the southern coastal province of Binh Thuan for the sake of a green, clean and sustainable economy during a local investment promotion conference on April 19.
The theme of this year’s World Water Day – Nature for Water – explores how we can use nature to overcome the water challenges of the 21st century and achieve sustainable growth.