The movement of typhoon Saola (Source: National Centre for Hydro-Meteorology Forecasting)

Typhoon Saola causes strong winds at sea

The strongest wind near the eye of Typhoon Saola, the third storm hitting the area reaches 118-149km per hour, as the storm is moving west-southwest, deeper into the East Sea/South China Sea, causing rough seas.
The movement direction of Typhoon Saola on August 30th. (Photo:

Typhoon Saola enters East Sea

Typhoon Saola entered the northeastern waters north of the East Sea/South China Sea on August 30 afternoon, becoming the third storm hitting the area this year, said the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorology Forecasting.
The Rhone glacier and the source of the Rhone river are seen on an autumn day in Obergoms, Switzerland, October 25, 2021. (Photo: REUTERS)

The risk of disappearing glaciers

Up to half of the world's glaciers could disappear by the end of this century. This is an alarming prediction of environmental experts, and they pointed out that the main reason behind this is nothing but global warming.
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Forest carbon credits and people's expectations

Government Decree No. 107/2022/ND-CP, issued on December 28, 2022, on pilot transfer of emission reduction results and financial management of agreement on payment of GHG emission reduction in the North Central region, is the first decree to help create a process for the exchange, transfer, and deployment of forest carbon in Vietnam.
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