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Climate Change Art: Artists Speak Up for Climate in Vietnam

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Through mural street art which is visible to hundreds of thousand of city residents, messages on the causes and impacts of climate change and renewable energy as the ultimate solution for Vietnam are conveyed in such an inspirational way to the public.

By Tuong Nguyen

Vietnam’s Most Vulnerable Region Copes with Climate Change

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The Mekong Delta where the turbid water flow of the Mekong River passing through before joining the sea, is the largest area of rice, fruits and fishery production in Vietnam. It is also the place which seriously affected by climate change, drought, saline intrusion, sea level rise and landslide. In the last few years, unpredictable weather pattern has made crops in the Mekong Delta unstable, leading to a harder life for the people and as a consequence, the influx of people from rural areas to big cities has spread through the whole region.

By Le Dinh Tuyen

Vulnerable Country Approaches to Urgent Climate Policy Development

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Vulnerable countries should use the current period to more rapidly bake-in implications of the climate crisis in economy-wide development metrics and plans. They must do so in ways that reflect national priorities and which enable country development strategies even as they sustain and intensify demands for developed countries to deliver climate finance obligations based on the speed and scale of vulnerable country needs rather than random rich country yardsticks.

By Renato Redentor Constantino

ASEAN at Fifty: A Personal Reflection

Fifty years is a long time. Memory will play tricks with you after such a time, and I can’t quite remember when it was I first heard of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, ASEAN.

By Nguyen Qui Duc