In Vietnam, farmers show a willingness to work with the elephant in the room
Human-wildlife conflict is a threat to species such as the Asian elephant and to the livelihoods and well-being of people living in the vicinity of these animals.
Sexual harassment rife in Vietnam’s conservation sector, survey reveals
Five out of six people working in the conservation sector in Vietnam say that they have directly experienced some form of sexual harassment in their work environment.
Vietnam bans imports of wild animals to reduce risk of future pandemics
Country cracking down on illegal wildlife trade after coronavirus originated in Chinese wet market
Vietnam bans wildlife trade
Vietnam has banned the country’s wildlife trade with immediate effect in order to reduce the risk of new pandemics, the government says.
56% of wild animals in Vietnam’s restaurants have a coronavirus, study says
A new report has found an alarmingly high rate of coronaviruses in wildlife about to be served at restaurants in Vietnam.
Vietnam scores poorly in protecting animals
Vietnam has been rated one of the two worst-performing countries in Asia along with Myanmar in terms of policies and laws to protect animals.
Billion-dollar wildlife industry in Vietnam under assault as law drafted to halt trading
Move will hopefully curb vast wildlife trade from farm, street markets, and online traders