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Monday, July 10, 2017
Ha Tinh University students partake in the “Climate change and young people’s responsibility” forum
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According to the co-ordination committee of the Belgian-funded project of “Integrated water resource management and urban planning related to climate change in Ha Tinh province” (IWMC), after nearly one month since launching the photo contest titled “Climate change and young people’s responsibility”, the contest’s organising board has received more than 100 photos from Ha Tinh University students.

The ten best photos were selected for prizes, including one First Prize, two Second prizes, three Third prizes, and four Consolation prizes. The awarding ceremony was organised in June 8, 2017 at “Climate change and young people’s responsibility” forum in Ha Tinh city. The forum was jointly organised by the IWMC and Ha Tinh University, and attracted the participation of more than 300 students. All activities have been implemented within the communications activities of the IWMC. 

(Photo: The organising committee awarded the First Prize to winner)

Tran Dinh Quang, representative of the co-ordination committee, said that the forum is aimed to facilitate the opportunity for students to express their ideas and proposals about climate change, and their awareness about their role in responding to climate change via their speeches, representations and art performances.

Also at the forum, the students and experts discussed the causes behind climate change, their activities to contribute to respond to climate change, such as collecting rubbish, planting trees, rubbish classification, saving water, and limitation in using nylon bags when shopping, or sharing bikes or using electricity bikes in order to save energy.

In addition, the final-year students also discussed activities to introduce climate change response into their lessons in the class, such as designing greenhouses when making graduation work, making scientific studies about environmental protection, and teaching kids how to turn rubbish into toys.

Photo: Art performance on environmental protection by Ha Tinh University students

Photo: Ha Tinh University students question experts 

With its lavish activities, the forum has received a warm welcome from all the students and also hit its own targets. The form has contributed to Ha Tinh provincial young people’s activities about responding to climate change, for their homeland’s sustainable development./.

By Hoang Loan – IWMC

Photo: Ha Tinh University