Tin Khu bảo tồn biển



Thursday, 17 December 2020 14:29 Hits:3190

In the morning of December 4, 2020, at Cua Dai beach, Hoi An city, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in coordination with the Management Board of the Cu Lao Cham – Hoi An World Biosphere Reserve - Hoi An organized the "Youth Action for the Ocean" event.

This event is part of the series of activities of the “Youth Innovation for Ocean Initiative” launched by UNESCO with the cooperation of the Coca-Cola Foundation to increase participation of youth, community and stakeholders in raising awareness, calling for and spreading actions related to the reduction of plastic waste and environmental protection in the Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An World Biosphere Reserve.

Nearly 300 delegates attending the event were from UNESCO Hanoi Office; National Committee for Man and Biosphere Program; representatives of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism; Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Quang Nam province; representatives of agencies, departments, unions, communes/wards, and a large number of youth union members in the area of Hoi An city; university students in Quang Nam and Da Nang. In particular, Mr. Michael Croft – UNESCO Representative to Vietnam and Mr. Le Choi - Deputy Secretary of Hoi An Party Committee were present.

Fig 1,2: The scene of the launching ceremony

Speaking at the event launching ceremony, Mr. Nguyen Minh Ly - Vice Chairman of Hoi An City People's Committee said that this is a very meaningful event to raise awareness of the community and stakeholders in environmental protection, especially the role of the youth. The representative of the city leaders also asked the departments, localities and people to take practical actions to reduce plastic waste, preserve the marine environment and landscape, and fulfill a strong commitment to building Cu Lao Cham to become a zero-waste Island by 2025, contributing to building Hoi An an ecological – cultural and touristy city.

Fig 3: Mr Nguyen Minh Ly – Vice Chairman of Hoi An City People's Committee spoke at the event

Also at the launching ceremony, Mr. Michael Croft highly appreciated the efforts of Hoi An city in environmental protection, conservation and promotion of the values of the Biosphere Reserve. The UNESCO Representative to Vietnam hopes that the efforts of everyone today will bring about a true green color of forests and sea, give the opportunity to enjoy good things and the responsibility to preserve it for future generations.

Fig 4: Mr Michael Croft – UNESCO representative to Vietnam spoke at the event

As a promise of the Youth of the city, Mr. Ho Kha - Secretary of Hoi An Youth Union, representing the youth force also spoke in response to the event with a strong determination in calling and mobilizing the youth to respond and effectively implement the work of environmental protection, reduce plastic waste, consider it as protecting life, promoting sustainable development of the homeland.

After the launching ceremony, delegates and youth union members participated in cleaning up Cua Dai beach, collecting rubbish on the river at Cam Thanh Nipa Palm forest and making a bicycle parade on the main roads of the city. Through the practice of cleaning the beach and collecting rubbish on the river, we realized that the amount of waste in nature, especially plastic waste: plastic bags, foam boxes, fishing nets, floating foam buoys accounted for a very large proportion. In the future, practical solutions will be needed to solve this problem. This is the objective of the program, providing opportunities for the youth and young scientists to find and realize their ideas and creations to contribute to cleaning the ocean, building a circular economy, meeting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations./.

Fig 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13: Delegates and Youth participating on some activities after the event.

Thùy Hương




Thursday, 03 December 2020 15:10 Hits:583

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Trong khuôn khổ “Sáng kiến Thanh niên và Đổi mới Sáng tạo vì Đại dương Xanh” do Tổ chức Văn hóa, Khoa học và Giáo dục Liên Hợp Quốc (UNESCO), Khu dự trữ sinh quyển thế giới Cù Lao Chàm - Hội An phối hợp tổ chức, với sự tài trợ của Quỹ Coca-Cola Foundation, trong ngày 04/12/2020 tại Hội An sẽ diễn ra nhiều hoạt động phong phú như: lễ mitting phát động sự kiện, dọn vệ sinh bãi biển, vớt rác trên sông bằng thuyền thúng và diễu hành xe đạp.






Tuesday, 24 November 2020 14:41 Hits:616

Plastic pollution, also known as "white pollution", is a tremendous problem in many countries around the world, including Vietnam. This is the consequence of overuse of disposable plastic products and the ineffective and inefficient collection, recycling, and reuse capacity, causing plastic waste to spread in the environment. Vietnam is currently the country with the fourth largest amount of plastic waste discharged into the sea in the world. According to experts, it is forecasted that by 2050, the amount of waste at sea will be more than fish.

In recent years, activities to protect the environment, which are prominent campaigns against plastic waste, have been widespread. Biosphere Reserves and Marine Protected Areas (MPA) are the pioneers of the green living, the movement “Say no to plastic waste”. Cu Lao Cham, shortly after being recognized as the World Biosphere Reserve in 2009, also became the first locality in the country to launch the movement "Say no to plastic bags". After 10 years, it can be said that this place is still the only place to successfully implement the program and continues towards “Say no to single use plastic products”. However, the implementation still faces many difficulties, challenges and is not synchronous in the whole Biosphere Reserve. The amount of waste, especially plastic waste, is still a great pressure for waste management.

Stemming from the above reality, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Vietnam together with the Vietnam National Committee for Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB), the World Biosphere Reserve of Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An Management Board has launched the Program on Youth Innovative Ideas for an Ocean without plastic, under the support of the Coca-Cola Foundation, to seek creative solutions from the youth for the problems of reduction, collection, classification, treatment, recycling of plastic waste.

Nearly 3 months after launching, with 25 ideas collected from youth groups, university students, and young scientists nationwide, the jury selected the best 8 ideas for the next round.

In order to further improve the design, feasibility and practical application of the proposed ideas, from 4th to 6th November, 2020, 8 groups with excellent ideas entering the second round participated in the training workshop conducted by leading experts in the field of natural sciences and the environment, creativity and plastic waste management, and exchanging information about the situation of plastic waste at the Biosphere Reserve of Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An. The workshop was organized by UNESCO in Vietnam in coordination with the Management Board of the Cu Lao Cham MPA at the Movenpick Hotel, Hanoi City.

Speaking at the workshop, Mr. Michael Croft - UNESCO Representative to Vietnam highly appreciated the ideas and initiatives of the youth groups participating in the competition and hoped that through the workshop, young scientists will be equipped with important knowledge to help complete the ideas and be able to realize and apply them appropriately to contribute to solving the problem of plastic waste in Cu Lao Cham and replicate them to other Biosphere Reserves in Vietnam.

During the 3-day workshop, with the enthusiastic guidance of lecturers, technical experts from leading universities in Vietnam on methods of building, forming teams, groups; sharing and extracting information; presentation skills; developing ideas and especially the sharing of the current situation of plastic waste at the Biosphere Reserve of Cu Lao - Hoi An by Master Le Ngoc Thao - Head of the Secretariat of the Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An Biosphere Reserve. The groups, for the first steps, adjust, complete the initiatives towards feasibility and meet more specific requirements of reality. At the end of the workshop, the Organizing Committee awarded certificates of training completion to all 30 members of the 8 youth groups and the young scientists.

In the coming time, the groups will continue to adjust and present their initiatives completed in the Final round scheduled to take place on December 8, 2020 at the UN Green Building (in Hanoi). There will be 6 initiatives awarded at the Final Round, of which the best 3 initiatives will receive a reward of up to 70 million VND, including initiative poposals and support costs for actual implementation in Cu Lao Cham in 2021 and 3 initiatives to receive consolation prizes, 10 million each.

Within the framework of Youth Innovation for Ocean Initiative, on December 4, 2020, the "Youth Action for Ocean" event will take place in Hoi An with many practical and useful activities to increase the participation of the youth, communities and stakeholders in raising awareness, calling for and spreading positive actions to reduce plastic waste and protect the environment at the Biosphere Reserve of Cu Lao Cham - Hoi An./.

Some photos of the Workshop



Báo động tình trạng săn bắt động vật hoang dã tại rừng Cù Lao Chàm


Friday, 06 November 2020 11:00 Hits:691

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Rừng Cù Lao Chàm được đánh giá là rừng nguyên sinh với độ che phủ lên đến 70% cùng sự nổi trội đa dạng sinh học về hệ thực vật, động vật rừng. Kết quả nghiên cứu mới nhất năm 2020 thuộc dự án Trường Sơn Xanh về kiểm kê đa dạng sinh học rừng đặc dụng Cù Lao Chàm đã định danh được 624 loài thực vật thuộc 418 chi và 130 họ (bổ sung thêm 23 họ và 105 loài cho khu hệ thực bậc cao trên cạn tại Cù Lao Chàm so với các kết quả nghiên cứu trước đây. Cụ thể, nghiên cứu này cũng đãghi nhận 13 loài thú nhỏ thuộc 9 họ; , 11 loài lưỡng cư thuộc 5 họ và 40 loài bò sát thuộc 13 họ. Bên cạnh đó, nghiên cứu cũng đã thống kê được 33 loài chim, nâng tổng số loài ghi nhận đến nay tại Cù Lao Chàm lên 43 loài và đặc biệt ghi nhận và định loại được 88 loài bướm thuộc 6 họ, đây là công trình nghiên cứu về bướm đầu tiên tại Cù Lao Chàm. Một số hình ảnh sinh vật đặc hữu tại Cù Lao Chàm.



Cộng đồng Cù Lao Chàm chung tay bảo vệ động vật hoang dã trên đảo


Monday, 04 May 2020 08:49 Hits:1462

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Bảo vệ rừng Cù Lao Chàm là nhiệm vụ quan trọng, song hành và không thể tách rời với mục tiêu bảo tồn tài nguyên biển. Đây là tiếp cận dựa trên mối liên kết và sự tương tác giữa các hệ sinh thái rừng - biển mà Ban quản lý Khu bảo tồn biển Cù Lao Chàm đang nỗ lực thiết lập nhằm tạo cơ sở khoa học cho quản lý liên ngành, phát triển đa mục tiêu, xây dựng nền tảng cho các nghiên cứu, ứng dụng khoa học kỹ thuật vào công cuộc bảo tồn - phát triển bền vững tài nguyên thiên nhiên và các giá trị nổi trội của Khu dự trữ sinh quyển thế giới Cù Lao Chàm – Hội An

Thực hiện chuỗi các hoạt động của dự án Trường Sơn Xanh do cơ quan Phát triển Quốc tế Hoa Kỳ (USAID) tài trợ, bắt đầu từ ngày 17/03/2020, Ban quản lý Khu Bảo tồn biển Cù Lao Chàm (BQL) phối hợp với “Nhóm Bảo tồn Cộng Đồng Cù Lao Chàm” (BTCĐ*) triển khai chiến dịch truyền thông nhằm tuyên truyền, nâng cao ý thức cho người dân trong việc bảo vệ tài nguyên thiên nhiên rừng, bảo vệ động vật hoang dã. Các hoạt động lần này là cơ sở tiền đề cho việc xúc tiến thành lập Khu Bảo tồn Thiên nhiên Cù Lao Chàm trong thời gian đến.



Hard corals are regenerated on concrete embankments in Cu Lao Cham


Thursday, 12 March 2020 15:46 Hits:1706

According to information from local residents, since mid-2019, a large number of hard corals groups have grown and developed relatively well on the concrete embankments in Cu Lao Cham. The management board of Cham island Marine Protected Area (MPA) has conducted a rapid monitoring in the field and discovered two areas with newly grown coral.

+ Area 1: Water area at the foot of embankment in front of Mr. Huynh Tri's house, Bai Lang village/hamlet, there are 5 groups of hard corals, most of which are Montipora vietnamiensis Veron, 2000 ; the largest group size of the group is measured 40 centimeter in diameter and the smallest is 10 centimeter.

+ Area 2: The water area in the north of Bai Huong wharf, there are newly grown corals in high densenity, most of which are Acropora hyacinthus (Dana, 1846). The largest size of the groups here is up to 1 meter in diameter.


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