ARTISTS SAY "I CAN'T" TO POLLUTION Let's take a look at how artists such as Thanh Bùi, Alexander Tú, Diễm My, Tiên Tiên, Hoàng Quyên, Trọng Hiếu, Bích Ngọc and Đỗ Hải Anh portray different emotions when their daily lives are disrupted by air pollution and climate change through this photo album called "I Can't". Coal energy is one of the leading causes of pollution and climate change. Currently, Vietnam is third in the world in construction of coal-fired power plants.
According to a report of Harvard University, in Vietnam, 4,300 people die of coal-fired power every year. By 2030, this number may increase to 25,000 people. Could we live in a broken, ruined city when pollution from coal-fired power plants took over? Don't let your daily life be turned upside-down and dreams get shot down because of those gas masks worn by the artists. Share our message and be more concerned about environmental problems. You are the one who can speak up and demanding change in the energy plan to save our life and our planet.
"I Can't" campaign is run from 29/03/2016 to 02/05/2016 to raise awareness of the public and engage the youths from major cities and towns affected by air pollution from coal. This is a chance for Vietnamese people to join the fight against climate change (CC) while gaining knowledge about energy in Vietnam, the development of coal-fired power plants in particular, which is the main cause leading to pollution and CC.
Art Director: Lai N Nguyen
Photographer: Milor Trần (Vũ Hoàng Trần)
Concept Artist: Vũ Nhựt Thắng
DI Artist: Tùng Đào, Thịnh Pencil, Lai N. Nguyen
3D Artist: Trí Nguyễn, Phạm Anh Vũ
Graphic Design: Tạ Hải Âu, Hồ Anh Hồ Vân
Makeup Artist: Ruan Dang, Dư Quốc Long