Within the framework of the ‘Vietnam Power Shift’ campaign, the photos were taken in order to raise young people’s awareness about the problem of climate change and energy.

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The photos it includes 7 different photos, each describing the way in which 6 typical characters (students, business people, children, housewives, the elderly, vendors) adapt to the hot weather by clothing. The topic of ‘hot’ also refers to global warming; however, the economy continues to burn fossil fuels; there needs to a strong community to solve this issue.

‘Vet Nam Power Shift’ campaign is deployed by 350.org and CHANGE; The campaign received the support of the Climate Change Office of Ho Chi Minh City, Department of environment and natural resources (Ho Chi Minh City) and media partners include Tuoi Tre newspaper, Youth Committee (VTV6) – Viet Nam television station, radio voice of people HCM. The campaign was also pleased to receive funding from the Samdhana Institute-Asia Centre for social innovation and environment and Development Ltd., Phu My hung.

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