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In only 25 years, the Mekong Delta has been transformed from a stable area into a rapidly-subsiding delta. A study shows that Vietnam is pumping itself down faster and faster. […]
Project “Wastewater Collection and Treatment for Binh Duong Province” supported by the Dutch financing facility for infrastructure development (ORIO), for which a final Grant Agreement between the Vietnamese and Dutch Governments was signed on 22/7/2016.
Since the introduction of the ban on giving out free plastic bags, shopkeepers have seen consumers alter their behaviour. The use of plastic bags has fallen by 71 percent. This has emerged from a new study, conducted by research bureau SAMR under the authority of the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment. […]
The Netherlands welcomed Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam Trinh Dinh Dung from 18 to 20 April, during which time he chaired the sixth meeting of the Netherlands-Vietnam Intergovernmental Committee on Climate Change Adaptation and Water Management. […]
08.00 Conference Registration Đón khách 08.30 – 08.45 Opening remarks Mr Tran Thanh Liem, Chairman of Binh Duong People’s Committee Phát biểu khai mạc Chủ tịch UBND tỉnh Bình Dương 08.45 – 09.00 Launching the Smart City project’s organisational structure and the Triple Helix Advisory Board Công bố cơ cấu tổ chức dự[…]
On October 24-25 2016, the Netherlands Vice Minister for Foreign Trade, Marten van den Berg, is bringing a business delegation of 35 companies to Vietnam. Thearticle below was written by Vietnam Investment review’s Hoang Anh.Van den Berg talked to VIRs Hoang Anh about the potential for Dutch and Vietnamese companies to co-operate in many areas[…]
The Dutch Vice Minister for Foreign Trade, Mr. Marten van den Berg, will visit Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (24-25 October). He brings a business delegation of 34 Dutch companies and knowledge institutions to explore further business opportunities in Vietnam in aviation, agri-food, renewable energy and maritime infrastructure. This mission aims to promote cooperation[…]
Xây dựng ngành hàng hải bền vững là chủ đề chính trong Hội Thảo Ngày Mai Xanh/Hội doanh nghiệp Hà Lan tại Việt Nam (DBAV) tại Hải Phòng
Đại biểu của hơn 50 doanh nghiệp đã có cơ hội kết nối và trao đổi thông tin về phát triển bền vững trong ngành hàng hải. Kinh nghiệm chia sẻ từ các doanh nghiệp Việt Nam và Hà Lan đã cho thấy bước tiến rõ rệt và những giải pháp thiết thực cho quá[…]
Over 50 stakeholders in Hai Phong have been connected on the topic of sustainability in the maritime sector. Best practices of Dutch and Vietnamese private sector show that much has already been achieved and that hands-on solutions are available. Stakeholders from the international and Vietnamese private sector, government representatives and knowledge institutions shared views and[…]
Alumni seminar Mekong Delta drought
June 8 @ Hanoi
TEDx Innovations from Europe and Vietnam
May 20 @ Hanoi
Seminar on “Building Sustainable Business Models in Vietnam”
May 10 @Hanoi
Smart City Summit Binh Duong
March 28 @ Binh Duong New City
23 March @ Hanoi
Symposium on Sustainable Architecture
December 22 @ Hanoi
Run for Rhino’s
December 13 @ Hanoi
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Why did we start the Tomorrow is Green campaign? Well, because tomorrow should be greener than today. Whether it is in Vietnam or the Netherlands, sustainability is key. It assures that we keep this planet in good shape for ourselves and future generations.
We can contribute by making simple adjustments in our personal lives. We can ride a bicycle, save energy and be eco-friendly. We all know what we ought to do. But this is not something we can do alone. We should create a sustainable future together.
We can learn a lot from the business community. Some Vietnamese and Dutch enterprises have excellent sustainability programs. Below you can find some great stories from companies about sustainable business ventures already under way in Vietnam!
People sometimes ask me about my biggest personal goal. My goal is to bring as many inspiring Dutch and Vietnamese ideas together as I can.
Simon van der Burg - Consul General