Australia finances climate change response

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Báo điện tử CP English 21 month(s) ago 1 related news

VGP – Australia has committed to granting AUD 15 million in non-refundable aid for Vietnam to conduct a community-based action plan in response to climate change.

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Australia helps Viet Nam cope with climate change

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VietNam News English 21 month(s) ago 2 related news

A US$15.8 million programme will be conducted to help Vietnamese communities to deal with the impacts of climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions over two and a half years, according to the Australian Embassy yesterday.

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Australia helps Vietnam adapt to climate change

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Báo QĐND English 21 month(s) ago 1 related news

Australia helps Vietnam adapt to climate change

Australia will provide up to 15 million AUD to Vietnam to help it tackle the impacts of climate change.

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Australia helps Vietnam adapt to climate change

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VietnamPlus English 21 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news 2 related news

Australia will provide up to 15 million AUD to Vietnam to help it tackle the impacts of climate change.

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Australia boosts climate change support for Vietnam

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 21 month(s) ago 1 related news

Australia boosts climate change support for Vietnam

The Australian Embassy on August 23 announced a new partnership with six international non-profit organizations to help Vietnam address climate change at the community level.

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Australia boosts climate change support for Vietnam

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VOV News English 21 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news 2 related news

Australia boosts climate change support for Vietnam

(VOV) - The Australian Embassy on August 23 announced a new partnership with six international non-profit organizations to help Vietnam address climate change at the community level.

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Banks to push sustainable projects

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VietnamNet English 46 month(s) ago 1 related news

VietNamNet Bridge – Financial institutions must play a more active role in promoting sustainable hydropower development in the lower Mekong river basin, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has said.

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Banks to push sustainable projects

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VOV News English 46 month(s) ago

Financial institutions must play a more active role in promoting sustainable hydropower development in the lower Mekong River basin, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Leading US, European and Asian financial institutions attended a conference in Bangkok on September 24 co-convened by the WWF and other development partners to highlight the financial, social and environmental risks and responsibilities of hydropower development on the lower Mekong River.
The meeting will also explore ways to understand and mitigate these risks....

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Banks to push sustainable projects

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 46 month(s) ago 1 related news

Banks to push sustainable projects

Financial institutions must play a more active role in promoting sustainable hydropower development in the lower Mekong River basin, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has said.

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Banks to push sustainable projects

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Báo QĐND English 46 month(s) ago

Banks to push sustainable projects

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Banks to push sustainable projects

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VietnamPlus English 46 month(s) ago 1 related news

Financial institutions must play a more active role in promoting sustainable hydropower development in the lower Mekong river basin, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has said.

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Banks to push sustainable projects

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VietNam News English 46 month(s) ago 1 related news

Financial institutions must play a more active role in promoting sustainable hydropower development in the lower Mekong river basin, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has said.

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‘We cannot eat electricity’

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Báo Thanh Niên English 54 month(s) ago

‘We cannot eat electricity’

The adverse impacts of climate change on the Mekong Delta in Vietnam will be amplified several times if hydropower dams planned upstream by other countries are built, experts say.

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