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Series of seminars on environment and climate change for the press
Dozens of reporters and media officers in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have just undergone 6 scientific seminars on many important topics related to the environment and climate change.


From March to March 2021, the Institute for Communication and Development (RED) cooperated with the French Media Development Agency (CFI) to organize a series of 6 scientific seminars for journalists and media officers in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

This activity is within the framework of the project "Improving the content of scientific information in journalistic works" sponsored by the French Embassy in Vietnam and the Ministry of Europe and France.

Topics of the seminars were built based on the results of surveys of the scientific situation in current press works and the interests of the Vietnamese media, including: Wastes, environment and health; Pollution of surface water sources; Agricultural ecology; Economic recycling of garbage resources; Responding to climate change and natural disasters in the Mekong Delta; The environmental impact of urban traffic.

After the program, the Organization Board announced that it had published a "Scientific Journalism Handbook" and sent the electronic version to 5,000 journalists, reporters and media officers across the country.

Mrs. Tran Thi Khanh Hoa, Deputy Director of RED, believes that these activities are an opening step for reporters and experts to have the opportunity to connect with each other, thereby building more dynamic relationships in each field.

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