Volunteers joined the Climate Impacts Day Vietnam in Can Gio Biosphere
Reserve in Ho Chi Minh City, where they planted trees in the park, did a
beach clean-up, and the trash they collected were made into installation
art exhibitions on the beach to convey climate change messages. They also
made a big dot with climate change photos from the national photo contest
that 350 Vietnam launched in April.

But the greatest thing is that 05/05 is only the beginning. In the coming
weeks, the Connect the Dots Vietnam campaign will continue with planting a
thousand trees along the dykes in the most flooded district in HCMC,
reinforcing the dykes and clearing up water hyacinth on the river branches
to reduce impacts, and building climate leadership skills for young people.

In this photo is a big dot made with climate change photos selected from
the photo contest named “Let’s raise our voice for survival” that 350
Vietnam had launched nationwide.


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