Mai Thi Hong Ha


In the context of climate change and increasing sea level rise, unpredictably affecting the survival of humanity, there is a danger of erasing the economic development achievements of countries. In response to climate change and sea level rise, countries have transformed their growth model to green growth - considering this an inevitable development trend, both a means and a result of sustainable development and environmental protection. Vietnam is not an exception to that general trend. The article clarifies a number of contents related to climate change, overviews climate change in Vietnam in the past time and scenarios to cope with climate change to clarify the transition to green growth in accordance with the circumstances of Vietnam, thereby making some recommendations to better implement green growth in Vietnam in the coming time.


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