On the morning of November 6, the scientific discussion “Circular Economy in Waste Management in Vietnam” was held at the Hall of the Institute of Strategy and Policy on Natural Resources and Environment (ISPONRE), Hanoi. The program is organized through the coordination between ISPONRE, CECR from Vietnam and the Griffith University delegation from Australia.
Representatives of ISPONRE, CECR and Griffith University
The workshop had the participation and speech of Associate Professor, Dr. Nguyen Dinh Tho – Director of ISPONRE, Dr. Nguyen Trung Thang – Deputy Director of ISPONRE, Dr. Nguyen Khac Hung – Director of CECR, Dr. Sunil Heart – Professor of Waste Management and Circular Economy at Griffith University. The seminar received sharing from many speakers who are leading experts in the field of circular economy: Ms. Nguyen Ngoc Ly – Founder/Chairman of CECR, Ms. Nguyen To Hoa – Independent expert Regarding plastic waste in the tourism industry, Dr. Prasad Kaparaju – Professor at Griffith University. Together with speakers from agencies of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment who are researching and drafting state policies and regulations related to circular economy: Mr. Lai Van Manh – Head of Economic Department Natural Resources and Environment – ISPONRE, Mr. Nguyen Thi – Main expert of Legal Department – Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
Ms. Nguyen Ngoc Ly – Founder/Chairman of CECR
Representative of the Center for Environment and Community Research (CECR), Ms. Nguyen Ngoc Ly shared an article about “Implementing Local Domestic Waste Resource Circularization: Challenges and Opportunities”. From the reality of local waste resource circulation testing models and scientific research, Ms. Ly shares the barriers, advantages and motivations in the locality during the transition period from Single Waste Management. route to Multicast Management/Resource Cycling. From there, solutions and recommendations are proposed to effectively implement the transition period in terms of management and implementation of domestic waste resource circulation in the locality.
Group photo of the discussion
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