Collaboration between Da Nang and Yokohama City

The Vietnamese Government has established a national plan in 2019, related to marine pollution caused by plastics, and GHG emissions reduction. Da Nang City is one of the fastest growing cities in Vietnam, and through Da Nang - Yokohama city-to-city partnership, as well as support from the Ministry of Environment of Japan, JICA, and other organisasions, IGES contributed to developing “Da Nang City Environmental 10-Year Plan (2020-2030)” particularly on circular economy, waste management, marine plastics, low carbon society.

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