Results from the survey will be used in policy recommendations to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and relevant government agencies to improve air quality in Vietnam

Nowadays, “fuzzy”, “stifling” ‘choking’ are words people often use to describe the air quality in the large cities of Vietnam, where the air pollution strongly impacts on the health of every citizen. When the air quality index in the big cities of Vietnam exceeded the safety standard, the number of respiratory-related diseases has been significantly increasing.

The story of air pollution is no longer just about warnings, we need to act now. The research team from CHANGE and GREENID began to conduct a survey called, “an assessment of the awareness, interests, and recommendations of the community on the air pollution issue.”

Results from the survey will be used in policy recommendations to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and relevant government agencies to improve air quality in Vietnam

Click here to do the survey

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