Organic fertilizer to be more commonly used in five to 10 years1526453537 | 0Vietnamese farmers have been overusing chemical fertilizers, but within five to 10 years, organic fertilizers are expected to be more commonly used, experts say.
Hanoi faces increasingly harmful air quality1526453434 | 0Hanoi suffered from air pollution most of the days in in the first quarter of this year, according to a report from the Hanoi-based Green Innovation and Development Centre (GreenID).
London considering car-free days in effort to tackle deadly pollution problem1526453267 | 0London Mayor Sadiq Khan is considering introducing more car-free days to London in a bid to reduce deadly emissions from vehicles and encourage greater levels of cycling and walking.
Chimpanzees have much cleaner beds than humans do, scientists find1526453097 | 0Chimpanzees have much cleaner beds - with fewer bodily bacteria - than humans do, scientists have found.
Researcher warns China's program 'riskiest environmental project in history'1526452908 | 0A global expert on infrastructure says that China's plan to crisscross half of the Earth with massive transportation and energy projects is environmentally the riskiest venture ever undertaken
Are electric cars worse for the environment?1526452822 | 0If you believe the headlines, traditional automobiles are speeding toward a dead end. All those V8s, V6s and turbocharged vehicles we’ve grown to love will soon be replaced by squadrons of clean, whisper-quiet, all-electric vehicles. And if you believe the headlines, the environment will be much better off.
Scientists Use Vinegar to Increase Drought Tolerance of Plants1526452686 | 0A new research from the RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science (CSRS) revealed that plants grown in vinegar could have a greater tolerance for drought-like conditions than those grown in water or other organic acids.
Tourism Is A Whole Lot Worse For The Environment Than Thought Before1526452486 | 0It's a paradox: tourism plays a huge part in the destruction of the very environment that tourists trek so far to see.
NASA's $10M Carbon Monitoring System Gets Shut Down By Trump Administration As CO2 Levels Rise1526452086 | 0Following an all-time-high monthly average of carbon dioxide concentration, the Trump administration shuts down NASA's multimillion research line, the Carbon Monitoring System.
Donald Trump's pick to head environment agency sworn in1526288895 | 0Scott Pruitt, a fierce critic of the Environment Protection Agency, was approved 52-46 by the Republican-controlled Senate.
Nasa will send helicopter to Mars to test otherworldly flight1526288666 | 0Nasa is sending a helicopter to Mars, in the first test of a heavier-than-air aircraft on another planet.
How green is football?1526288553 | 0Few sports can compare to football in terms of its global popularity and the area of land devoted to its playing fields across the planet; consequently, few sports have a larger carbon footprint than the "beautiful game."
Impact of Sport on Environment1526286710 | 0Sport, like any other human activity, is set in the physical environment and is bound to have effects on it and be affected by it. The roots of global environmental issues are to be found in local environmental conditions, and in this context the interaction of the sporting communities with the environment within which its activities are performed needs to be analyzed.
NHL report finds climate change hurts the sport1526286593 | 0Fears about the effects of global warming on ice — and the game of hockey — are spurring the National Hockey League to commit to going green.
Water pollution alert sounded nationwide1526286339 | 0Water found in some 71 per cent of Hà Nội’s wells is contaminated with higher than permitted levels of phosphate. This was revealed in a research conducted by the Institute of Strategy and Policy on Natural Resources and Environment. Groundwater in the northern mountainous provinces of Hà Giang and Tuyên Quang has higher iron levels than permitted, reaching more than 1mg per litre.
Measures taken to preserve biodiversity in U Minh Thuong National Park1526286177 | 0As many as 140 hectares of forest will be planted in U Minh Thuong National Park in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang in 2018, while various measures will be carried out to preserve biodiversity in the park, said director of the park Pham Quoc Dan.