Clean Up Mekong with Hanwha Solar Boat



Here retreat is no longer an option.
The Mekong River, it’s the last stand before 2,000 tons of trash flow into the ocean each day.

730,000 tons of trash a year that flow straight into the ocean, must be stopped.

The key is how.

Is there a way to protect the Earth without harming it?
Is there a way to engage people to be proactive?

Meet with Hanwha’s game-changing idea and the Clean Up Mekong campaign with solar boats.

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24 thoughts on “Clean Up Mekong with Hanwha Solar Boat

  1. It’s sad that this is necessary. Why do people living at the river not understand that them throwing their trash in it is the reason why they live next to a stinky brown swamp instead of a river with clear water they could drink.

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  3. Definitely, it's a meaningful start!
    지역주민의 의식을 변화시켰다는 것 만으로도 아주아주 의미있는 시작이라는 생각이 드네요. 심장을 뛰게하는 영상입니다. 작지만 큰 움직임에 감사합니다.

  4. It's the supb way to reduce water as well as environment pollution…gives a grand salute to those children who gives their little effort for dis….👍👍👍

  5. Please educate people about using plastic and not wasting paper and help them understand global warming.

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