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Environmental pollution

Climate change is now more urgent than ever, significantly affecting Earth and human life globally and particularly in Vietnam. Intense heatwaves are becoming a pressing issue worldwide, directly impacting human life and health. Vietnam is no exception, facing an increasing trend of severe heatwaves in recent years.
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More than 10 years ago, Ho Chi Minh City invested over 8,600 billion VND to renovate the Nhiêu Lộc - Thị Nghè Canal, promising a green and refreshing space in the heart of the urban area. However, the current reality presents a heartbreaking image as the canal bears the brunt of a massive amount of waste. Despite the transformation of the banks, household waste such as plastic bottles, nylon bags, and styrofoam increasingly diminish the beauty and significance of the project. Notably, the lack of awareness among some individuals who directly dispose of garbage into the canal has escalated pollution, affecting not only the urban landscape but also the water environment and the health of the surrounding community.
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Silicosis is one of the top 28 serious occupational diseases in Vietnam. Those afflicted with this disease often struggle to live past the age of 50. Despite numerous warnings and reminders of the dangers, serious incidents continue to occur. In recent times, five workers at Chau Tien Stone Powder Company have died due to prolonged exposure to silicosis-inducing dust in their workplace. This serves as a stark reminder of the need for rigorous monitoring of environmental quality.
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The environmental pollution situation in Ho Chi Minh City is urgent and severe. Particularly, water pollution and dense waste accumulation in canals and ditches have a negative impact on the local environment and the health of residents. As a company dedicated to environmental causes, iLotusLand admires and appreciates the commendable actions of the Saigon Green Team.
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As the largest and most developed city in the country, Ho Chi Minh City is facing an air pollution crisis with air quality indexes in many areas exceeding the red alert level, especially towards the end of the year. For several days now, from early morning until noon, Ho Chi Minh citizens can easily notice that the air seems to be shrouded in a thick layer of smog.
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In Bac Ninh province, the Bac Hung Hai irrigation system plays a very important role in agricultural production, but the water source is polluted. Bac Hung Hai irrigation system is located in the middle of the Northern Delta, surrounded by 4 Duong rivers, Luoc rivers, Red rivers and Thai Binh rivers, responsible for irrigation and drainage for agricultural production of Hung Yen and Hai Phong provinces. Duong, Bac Ninh and Hanoi city.
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