“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
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.
On April 4th 2018, Cobenefits project’s researchers organized a working meeting, together with representative from different research institutes, consultants from development projects to discuss about the topic of “Climate-Energy Roadmaps ...
From 16 to 20 November 2017, the COBENEFITS delegation met with ministries, agencies and research units in Vietnam to discuss opportunities for cooperation and to ensure that project activities will contribute to the implementation of the strategic goals and actions of the various ministries in Viet Nam.
The worst air pollution does not fall during busy traffic hours.