Last month climate leaders from 10 Asian countries converge for 3 days of trainings, skillshares and bearing witness to the impacts of fossil-fueled development to communities, as part of the East Asia Climate Leadership Camp 2018.
In November 2016, a coal plant’s request to dump 1.5 million m3 of industrial wastes into a nearby marine protected area (MPA) made headlines throughout Vietnam. The request came from the coal-fired power plant complex Vinh Tan—a long …
Hanoi, September 23, 2016 –Vietnam Sustainable Energy Alliance (VSEA) and Non-Communicable Diseases Viet Nam (NCDs-VN) wholeheartedly support Bac Lieu Province leaders in their decision to “Withdraw Cai Cung coal-fired power plant project1 in the province from the Power Development Plan VII to ensure clean environment for aquaculture in the context that this province has high […]
By CHANGE/ 350.org Vietnam CHANGE organized the exhibition “Climate change effects on the Mekong Delta” with its intern Quach Vinh Tuong on 29/08/2016 at BLANC Café, Vietnam, marking the intern’s first environmental photography project. The exhibition included 17 selected photographs taken in two coastal provinces, Ca Mau and Ben Tre, which showed severe climate change effects […]
HO CHI MINH CITY (HCMC), 5 MAY 2016, following I Can’t photo project, a short film I Don’t Care – a collaborated work of CHANGE/350.org Vietnam and Global Greengrants Fund – was launched portraying the devastating consequences when people being indifferent to environmental problems, with one of main causes being coal power plants. The short […]
Seminar on climate and energy raises voice of frontline community, corporate sector and scientific community in sustainable development CHANGE/350.org Vietnam and the Vietnam Sustainable Energy Alliance (VSEA) hosted a seminar “Power shift: change to tackle climate change” on 27 April in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). The seminar aimed at promoting voice of the […]
HO CHI MINH CITY, 1 APRIL 2016 Today the I Can’t campaign launches with the support of eight renowned Vietnamese singers, artists and actors emphasizing the message: “Don’t let coal pollution destroy your life.” The photo album portrays the deadly impacts of emission from coal-fired power plants on daily life . The burning of coal […]