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Opening of the exhibition “For the sustainable life of nature and people”

TTH.VN - On the morning of June 7th, at Hue Children Hall, the Biodiversity Conservation component, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in collaboration with the World Wide Fund for Nature in Vietnam (WWF-Vietnam), Helvetas, and the Forest Protection Department, organized the opening ceremony of the “For the sustainable life of nature and people” exhibition. This event is part of the “Sustainable Forest management and Biodiversity conservation” (VFBC) project.

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 Opening ceremony

Running from June 7th to June 10th, the exhibition aims to promote the importance of biodiversity conservation, showcasing the wild beauty and rich wildlife of the province to tourists and local residents.

In his opening speech, Mr. Le Ngoc Tuan, Head of the provincial Forest Protection Department, emphasized that the exhibition's ultimate goal is not just to spread the message about the importance of biodiversity conservation but also to encourage concrete actions from individuals and organizations to participate in biodiversity protection activities, in community campaigns, and support the efforts of organizations and the government to create a sustainable future for both nature and people.

 Children enjoy images of wildlife at the exhibition.

During the exhibition, visitors and locals will be able to experience the richness of ecosystems, community-based conservation stories, successful livelihood models, and watch films themed “nature speaks,” highlighting Bach Ma National Park, Hue's Saola Nature Reserve, and Phong Dien Nature Reserve. Notably, the most beautiful specimen of the Saola, known as the “Asian Unicorn,” from the Museum of Nature in Central Coastal Region, is also on display at the Hue Children Hall, serving as a highlight throughout the Hue Festival 2024 season.

By THANH HUONG
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