Biochar Vietnam is an online information repository on biochar in Vietnam. It was established under the financial support of the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) through the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) to share and disseminate knowledge, lessons, and initiatives in biochar research, production, and trade activities over the country. We believe that by joining hands, promoting communication, and sharing knowledge and information, we can build a circular economy suitable to Vietnam’s practical needs and development orientation. We want to contribute to the development of a green and prosperous Vietnam.

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Mekong Enterprise Fund IV Signed Agreements to Invest US$5 million in HUSK to Drive Regenerative Agriculture in Southeast Asia

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (15 May 2024) – Mekong Enterprise Fund IV (MEF IV) [...]

Biochar still lacks policy mechanisms to “green” the agricultural sector

With diverse and abundant raw materials for production, biochar has great application in the agricultural [...]

Developing policies on biochar to effectively exploit the “black gold” source of the agricultural sector

On March 18, 2024, in Hanoi, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) in [...]

VNCPC and UNIDO signed a contract to develop a review and recommendation policy report and build an online information repository on biochar in Vietnam

In October 2023, Vietnam Cleaner Production Center Company Limited (VNCPC) and the United Nations Industrial [...]

Biochar remains an untapped resource

Biochar must be included in an appropriate policy framework in order to maximize its potential [...]

VNCPC and partner organize a field visit to the small-scale pyrolysis system

In 2 days from October 12-14, 2020, Vietnam Cleaner Production Centre Co., Ltd. (VNCPC) and [...]

UNIDO support to improve Viet Nam’s coffee quality through transfer of Pyrolysis Technology

Buon Me Thuot, 10 Novermber 2017 – Despite Viet Nam’s leading global position in Robusta [...]

Impact of Biochar Vietnam


Facilities accessed and gained support from UNIDO projects


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