Environmental Rights

Vietnam: Fewer Natural Forests, Increasingly More Golf Courses

Vietnam: Fewer Natural Forests, Increasingly More Golf Courses
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Although natural forest area is decreasing in Vietnam, the number of golf courses is on the rise. Who will benefit?

Lee Nguyen
Environmental Rights
Formosa Plastics Group: The Corporate Mafia

Formosa Plastics Group: The Corporate Mafia
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The early days of April 2016 marked the beginning [https://www.thevietnamese.org/2017/11/timeline-the-formosa-environmental-disaster/] of a grave environmental disaster that would result in the deaths of two Vietnamese, long-lasting health issues for others, and the loss of several hundreds of tons of marine life. A waste discharge pipe

Aerolyne Reed
Aerolyne Reed
Environmental Rights
The Socialist Irony: Vietnamese Companies Exploit Labor And Damage The Environment In Cameroon

The Socialist Irony: Vietnamese Companies Exploit Labor And Damage The Environment In Cameroon
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“…it is like destroying forest in other people’s backyards, not in ours.” – A quote from an informant working for a Vietnamese timber logging company, according to EIA. Various Vietnamese companies are damaging Cameroon’s forests and its economy through logging activities in the country, according to a new report

Son Nguyen
Son Nguyen
Environmental Rights