Hoang Thi Minh Hong’s Release Is Vital for Vietnam’s Energy Transition
By Norly Mercado
Vietnam has an instrumental role to play in ensuring a just, equitable response to climate change. But this cannot happen with climate leaders like Hong in jail.
Vietnam Arrests Another Environmentalist on Tax Evasion Charges
By Sebastian Strangio
Hoang Thi Minh Hong is the fifth environmental activist to be arrested for evading taxes over the past two years.
Vietnam’s Ecological Leninism
By David Hutt
The country's ruling Communist Party is committed to environmental action – but only under its own leadership.
Responding to Central Vietnam’s Floods and Landslides
By Hugh Bohane
Local NGOs bring aid to flood and landslide-affected communities in Central Vietnam.
Vietnam’s Big Air Pollution Challenge
By Thang Nam Do
Bold action is needed to address the country’s problem.
With Growth of Coal Power Plants, Vietnam's Future Is Grim
By Viet Phuong Nguyen
Vietnam doubles down on coal-fired power plants, despite a recent study warning of the high environmental costs.
Farewell to Vo Quy, Vietnam's Hero of the Environment
By Helen Clark
Professor Vo Quy was a legendary environmental activist in Vietnam.
Vietnam's Next Environmental Hotspot
By Nguyen Minh Quang
Less than a year after a major pollution crisis, trouble is brewing in the Mekong Delta.
Vietnam’s New Leadership Tested by Environment Protests
By Gary Sands
The public is increasingly angry about reports of mass fish deaths.