This is our “First Baseline Study of the General Public’s Awareness and Attitudes Towards Biodiversity Conservation in Hong Kong.”
This briefing paper explores “Ecosystem Services to Support Development Policy,” and how those ideas may apply to Hong Kong.
This report summarises the ideas expressed by various environmental NGOs and invited guests in the meetings about the contribution that NGOs can make in establishing and delivering the goals and targets of the BSAP.
This timely report provides an account of the current complex state of wildlife trade in Hong Kong.
This report examines how effectively Strategic Environmental Assessments have been employed in Hong Kong, whether the approaches are consistent with the Convention on Biological Diversity.
This report sets out how Hong Kong can develop a Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (BSAP), based on the Convention of Biological Diversity’s (CBD) guidance and principles, so that effective and urgent actions can be taken to protect Hong Kong’s wildlife and ecosystems and prevent further loss of biodiversity.
In May 2011 the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) was formally extended to Hong Kong, opening a new page for nature conservation here. Protecting our biodiversity also plays a critical role in retaining Hong Kong’s position as the most liveable city in China.
This report sets out a new strategic framework for nature conservation based on the Convention on Biological Diversity, to which Hong Kong is expected to become a party in the first quarter of 2011.
This report describes the International Coastal Cleanup 2005 in Hong Kong, which involved a total of 1286 volunteers from 3 September to 26 October.