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 ...
On the morning of 29th, October, 2018, at the Doan Thi Diem high school, Green School program lauched with the participation of Mr. Antoine Vander Elst, European Union Delegation, Mrs. Nguy Thi Khanh - Director of GreenID, Ms. Nguyen Thi Ha - Green Development Manager with all teachers and over 800 students.
A new LET group of 15 members from villages across the commune, with a special component of 60% of Ede minority groups, has started their journey. There will be many difficulties and challenges but GreenID will be always ready to support for Dang Kang to connect to Cu Pui and other villages in Dak Lak.
Taking advantage of communication in kinds of connection and sharing, GreenID always prioritizes communication as an approach to spread the benefits and usability of renewable energy, using energy savings and efficiency to each Vietnamese households.
Training is never easy, but is a thing that GreenID choose to form and gather green pioneering seeds – the trainers stretching across the country, to multiply the power spreading of sustainable value to the rural, mountainous communities, the regions having difficulties in water, electricity accession.
“Just energy transition cannot be done by a small number of people. The principle is to be negotiated to orientate for solutions.” Thus, a just energy transition is to maximize the effectiveness of climate protection, in order to minimize risks for workers and their communities.
In the way to make millions homes green, GreenID Vietnam has always hoped to connect the pioneers from all over the country carrying the message "Sharing and spreading the green ear" far away. More than anyone, we understand that: There is no as sustainable resources as the internal resources of the community!
In the 29th of August 2018 in Hanoi, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) hosted a technical consultation on the review and updating of the National Decentralized Program (NDC).
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