The new decade has not started on an optimistic note for Asia. After a turbulent 2019, with trade disputes and political unrest unnerving major economies in the region, January 2020 saw the rapid spread of the coronavirus, which has disrupted travel and business. Much uncertainty and anxiety lingers over the impact of the virus but, at some point, normality will resume and the world will have once again to think about a much more dire threat to human existence, climate change.
An oft-repeated refrain—the sun doesn't always shine, and the wind doesn't always blow—is sometimes seen as an impediment to renewable energy. But it's also an impetus toward discovering the best ways to store that energy until it's needed.
ASEAN Civil Society Conference/ASEAN Peoples’ Forum, September 10 – 12, 2019
Invitation for free-of-charge Training Assessment Methods & Tools for Co-Benefits of Renewable Energy, Ha Noi, 01 - 02 October 2019, 9:00-17:00 Apply until 16 September! Dear Madam, Sir, This training will focus on applying ...
On August 21, 2019, and August 23, 2019, the launching ceremony for the “Vietnam Coalition for Climate Action” took place in Hue and Ho Chi Minh city; with more than 150 representatives from businesses, non-governmental & non-profit organisations, financial institutes, consumers, university representatives, research & technical support agencies, representatives of pioneering associations promoting green development in Vietnam. The event was to launch the coalition officially and call for the participation of stakeholders to contribute to the adaptation and response to climate change in Vietnam.