ASEANews HEADLINES: ENVIRONMENT: Phú Hòa District Phú Yên Province- Securing humanity’s future, one tree at a time

The bodhi tree stands guarding Lương Văn Chánh Temple in Phú Hòa District, Phú Yên Province, one of the National Heritage trees of Việt Nam. An old temple against an ageing tree gives people a sense of firm background, stability and tranquillity, and is a classic rural Vietnamese landscape.VNA/VNS Photo Minh Đức /By Nguyễn Mỹ Hà


It’s still early in the summer and Hà Nội’s skies are a crystal clear blue as far as the eyes can see.

Increased air pollution in recent years has made a blue sky a rare sight in Viet Nam’s capital, and while the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on all aspects of life, one area where it may have a silver lining is environmental protection.

Lockdowns across the world have led to drops in emissions and therefore air pollution, while the global nature of the crisis could just jolt humanity into a long-needed awakening to the need to counter the unfolding climate crisis.




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The coronavirus COVID-19 is affecting 220 countries and territories around the world and 2 international conveyances.


COVID-19 infection crosses 178.93 million globally as deaths cross   3.87 million.


Here is the GLOBAL status as of  Sunday, 7am, June 20, 2021

The update-6.20.2021
Sick Earth:  
1 Year, 7 Months, 20 Days
Coronavirus Covid-19
Cases Globally:178,930,375;
Deaths: 3,874,467:
Recovered: 163,456,260



Vietnam reported +206 new cases and a total of 12,620  cases, +2 new death, total remains at  64.

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