If one of the benefits of reducing air pollution is the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, why is there no effective Clean Air Act on a regional and national level?
Bringing the message "The air is not free", the seminar was organized with the aim of contributing to raising the awareness of Vietnamese youth about the current status, causes and impacts of air pollution on public health. Thereby attracting, increasing the participation of young people in particular and promoting the voice of the public in improving air quality
Last year, Vietnam’s capital city, Hanoi, had only 38 days of clean air, according to World Health Organization standards. On average in 2017, air pollution was four times as high as what is deemed acceptable.
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Learning through actual experience, vivid visualization are our preferable method to transfer knowledge about sustainable energy to children. Above all, GreenID expects to provide young people with an overview of Sustainable Energy and Air Pollution. Besides, we can inspire the 20X generation to act jointly for Clean Air, Hanoi Green together.