Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Vo Tuan Nhan talks about this year’s campaign to make the world cleaner. Young volunteers in Mekong Delta Soc Trang Province collect waste in response to the campaign “Making the world cleaner”. Could you tell us about the message of this year’s campaign to make the world cleaner? The campaign was initiated by Australia in 1993 and has been held annually worldwide by the UN Environment Programme in the third week of September. The campaign has become an annual international environment event that draws the participation of hundreds of millions of people in more than 130 countries. In response to the campaign, this year, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment chooses the topic ‘Acting together to change the world’ with the aim of mobilising organisations, businesses, individuals and the whole community to act together and join activities protecting the environment such as sorting, collecting, treating and recycling waste, and refusing to use disposable plastic products and hard-to-degrade nylon bags. However, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is not necessary to have large gatherings on environment protection but each person can do simple actions such as planting trees and refusing single-use plastic products…. Read full this story
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