An expedition through one of the caves reminds visitors how frail and transient human beings are in juxtaposition with the force of nature
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has given the go-ahead for a project to develop the Vietnam National Museum of Nature into a system of such facilities by 2015.
Urban planners and architects should pay more attention to ways to integrate trees into their projects, as urban life should not be detached from nature, according to French experts at a recent seminar on sustainable urban planning and development in HCMC
Lam Dong province’s college and high school students have participated in a practical class where they could not only learn but also observe live animals and plants in their natural habitats.
The site, the 2,088th world Ramsar site, is also one among three main areas of the UNESCO-recognized Ca Mau Cape Biosphere Reserve.
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