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HCM City searches for another disruptive monkey

HCM City searches for another disruptive monkey

Authorities in HCM City said on Friday that they were hunting for a monkey that had caused chaos and attacked four residents in Thanh Loc Ward in District 12.

Asian elephants loudly mourn and bury their dead calves, according to a study by Indian scientists that details animal behaviour reminiscent of human funeral rites.

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HCM City urged to develop carbon credit market to cut greenhouse gas emissions

Ho Chi Minh City needs to adopt policies and channel financial resources to develop a carbon credit market in an effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions and respond to global warming, experts said.

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Da Lat reservoir nears dead water level

The Dan Kia-Suoi Vang Reservoir, which serves as the domestic water supply for Da Lat City in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, is nearing its dead water level, raising fears of a domestic water shortage among local residents.

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Newly-opened Hanoi park faces pollution after mass fish deaths

Hanoi’s just-opened Astronomy Park has seen mass fish deaths over recent days.

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European Union (EU) import charges on carbon-intensive products are expected to have a limited impact on climate change and only a modest negative effect on economies in Asia and the Pacific, according to research by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

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Khmer wildlife rescuer devoted to conservation work

For nearly a decade, Néang Ma La, a Khmer woman, has been working tirelessly alongside her colleagues at U Minh Thượng National Park in the southern Kiên Giang Province to care for wildlife saved from illegal trafficking.

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Hoang Lien National Park forest badly damaged by fire

A large area of forest in the Hoang Lien National Park has been damaged in two consecutive fires which occurred between February 19-21.

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