Environmental activist Nguy Thi Khanh has been working for the socially just development of Vietnam and Southeast Asia for almost 20 years, and received the 2018 Goldman Environmental Prize for her work to push Vietnam’s energy transition.
It can be considered that clean water comes to the remote village today, mainly from the hand in hand towarding Green Energy and by Runners contribution 5 months ago. In the process, Vietnam Sustainable Energy Alliance is really proud to be a bridge.
On the morning of January 26, 2019, the Clean Air store opened again, welcoming more than 1,000 people attending the Tet Fair BVIS - 36 Street Ward in Spring. It was held at the British Vietnam International Secondary School to recreate a spring space filled with Vietnamese culture, music, vibrant traditional folk, a games corner and "Tet gifts" exhibition booths sending a message about sustainable and green lifestyles. Participating in the event, the Clean Air Store is one of activities within the framework of the Green School program, attracting 200 direct attendees including students, teachers and parents.
The Green Innovation and Development Centre (GreenID) sincerely announces about the change of GreenID office address from January 26, 2019
Throughout 2 days, the event called "Clean Air Store" was held at 2 major locations: Panasonic Risupia, 90 Tran Thai Tong and Trinh Cong Son Walking Street, attracting more than 1000 attendees. Coming to the event, both parents and children can access to many useful information on the topic of air pollution through many new challenges and experiences: immersing in the exhibition of solutions on air pollution, searching for clean air or exploring the colorful art world and drawing wishes for a fresh new year ...
Katowice, December 5, 2018 While the latest IPCC and UN Emissions Gap reports both issue stark warnings on the need for an accelerated phase-out of coal power, the global coal plant fleet is still expanding. At today’s press conference during the UN Climate Summit in Katowice, Urgewald, BankTrack and 26 NGO partners released new research identifying the banks and investors backing a frightening pipeline of new coal projects. “In the 3 years since the Paris Climate Agreement was signed, coalfired capacity has grown by over 92,000 MW, and coal plants totaling over 670,000 MW are still in the pipeline,” warns Heffa Schuecking, director of the German NGO Urgewald.