46 people with all their hearts and souls aspiring to protect the environment have gathered in Camp 1 of the Vietnam Climate Leadership Initiative program. During the 4 days, these youngsters have been armed the fundamental knowledge of climate change and design thinking. They have outlined the first steps of their self-initiated environmental campaigns and reinvigorated the bonds with each other via the knackering challenges posed by the organization. CHANGE expects your continually learning at Camp 1 would serve as strong foundations for the “climate leaders” and help ameliorate your proposals before we rendezvous in Camp 2.

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