Vietnam and France want to work together to combat climate change.
Representatives from Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the French organization Bureau Veritas reviewed how to address climate change concerns and set goals for lowering carbon emissions in the Indochina country by 2050.
Paris, Representatives from Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the French firm Bureau Veritas discussed ways to address climate change concerns and set goals to reduce the country’s carbon emissions by 2050.
Tran Hong Ha, the chairman of the Vietnamese portfolio, spoke at the meeting and stated that his country has chosen a sustainable and constructive path to a green and circular economy.
At the same time, he emphasized Bureau Veritas’ initiative to help the Southeast Asian nation, as well as the rest of the world, construct a sustainable future.
On the occasion, Hong Ha and executives from the French enterprise discussed ways to strengthen strategic cooperation between the two countries for long-term growth and to overcome obstacles in the path to Vietnam’s 2050 net-zero-emissions goal.
The French company, through its green services and solutions (BV GreenLine), intends to assist and accompany organizations, individuals, and the Vietnamese government in efforts to quantify greenhouse gas emissions in order to meet sustainability goals.
Vietnam is one of the most dynamic economies in Asia-Pacific, but it is also one of the countries most affected by global climate change, thus Bureau Veritas intends to work with the Vietnamese government to reduce carbon emissions, according to the company’s representatives.
Bureau Veritas, a global leader in testing, inspection, and laboratory certification services, has been implementing investment projects in Vietnam for over 25 years, with over 1,000 workers, 10 offices, and laboratories located around the nation.
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