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Agricultural Developments in Thai Nguyen: A Call for Environmental Compliance

Thai Nguyen province, located in the northern region of Vietnam, is facing a pressing issue within the agricultural sector, especially in the realm of livestock farming. A recent report by the People’s Council of Thai Nguyen province reveals the environmental challenges posed by 28 livestock farms that have failed to complete their environmental permit documentation.

Environmental Concerns

The report emphasizes the environmental pollution caused by these farms, which has become a major source of public discontent. The lack of timely guidance for environmental documentation following changes in livestock scale, coupled with inadequate enforcement of environmental regulations, has led to increased pollution levels in the soil, water, and air.

Policy Recommendations

To address this situation, the People’s Council has recommended the Provincial People’s Committee to instruct local authorities to develop a detailed plan and timeline for relocating farms that do not comply with environmental protection regulations or land-use planning standards.

Implications for Stakeholders

This development is of crucial interest to farmers, environmental researchers, and policy-makers who are committed to sustainable agricultural practices. The call for compliance serves as a reminder of the delicate balance between agricultural productivity and environmental stewardship in the context of climate change and food security.


The situation in Thai Nguyen serves as a representative example of the broader challenges faced by the agricultural sector in Vietnam. It highlights the need for a concerted effort to ensure that agricultural advancements do not come at the cost of the environment or the well-being of the local communities.

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