Energy from fish and bones

DW 15 January, 2013 Vietnam’s booming fishing industry is now using waste products to generate energy. A research project in the Mekong Delta is researching how fish waste could potentially replace fossil fuels. Dead fish lie in blue plastic bags. Hundreds of people with masks and hair nets stand at the assembly lines and cut the fish into pieces. These images appear in a promotional Read More…

Mekong Delta: No common voice found yet in adapting to climate change

VietNamNet Bridge 2 January 2013 Setting up a perfect plan to get adapted to the climate change, and helping the agriculture production in Mekong Delta develop in a sustainable way, has been highlighted as an urgent task. However, no common voice between scientists and managers has yet been found. Vietnam is an agriculture economy with 70 percent of its territory in urban area and 75 Read More…