A series of activities to celebrate the World Environment Day this year washeld by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE), the Vietnam Women's Union and the People's Committee of Ba Ria - Vung Tau in Ba Ria - Vung Tau province on June 4 and 5 with many practical activities to raise public awareness. It was also the chance for experts, managers, scientists to discuss on policy and find effective solutions to protect environment.
A range of activities in response to World Environment Day (June 5) and the Vietnam Sea and Island Week 2017 took place simultaneously in localities throughout the country on June 3.
With the theme of this year's World Environment Day – 'Connecting People to Nature' – aimed at highlighting the well-documented physical and mental health benefits of being in nature, the United Nations is today flagging the vast benefits of such engagement, from food security and improved health to reliable water supply and climatic stability.
Singer Jack Johnson and actor Adrian Grenier kicked off World Environment Day by calling on people around the world to connect with nature, appreciate how it sustains us, and make sure we do more to keep it safe.
More than half of us live in urban areas, assailed by crowds, noise and petrol fumes as we career around our concrete mazes. It’s no surprise this lifestyle can lead to stress: a 2010 study found city dwellers have a 21 per cent higher risk of anxiety disorders. But bringing a little bit of nature into your routine can go a long way to taking the edge off city life. Here’s how to do it.
(TITC) –In response to World Environment Day (June 5), the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) in collaboration with other ministries, state agencies, authorities of cities and provinces will organize “Action Month for the Environment”.
A summer youth volunteer campaign and a beach-cleaning activity were launched on Sunday in the central Thanh Hóa Province, to observe World Environment Day 2017 (June 5).
‘Connecting People to Nature’, the theme for World Environment Day 2017, implores us to get outdoors and into nature, to appreciate its beauty and its importance, and to take forward the call to protect the Earth that we share.
A series of activities in response to World Environment Day (June 5) and Viet Nam Sea and Island Week (June 1-8) will be held nationwide, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment announced at a press conference in Ha Noi on May 25.
World Environment Day (June 5) in Viet Nam will be organised under the theme “Nature’s call and our actions” by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) with a variety of activities.