South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange’s Steven Molyneux-Webb says that the new Drink Without Waste initiative will look for solutions on cutting waste in line with the Government’s environmental aims.
Hong Kong Today on RTHK: Edwin Lau from the Green Earth is interviewed about the importance of working with manufacturers in the Civic Exchange-backed Drink Without Waste initiative, as Hong Kong throws out millions of PET bottles a day.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Twenty-seven groups — including Civic Exchange, other NGOs and key players from the beverage, retail and waste industries — are joining hands to come up with ways to reduce the amount of waste created by throw-away packaging.
Civic Exchange conducted a public opinion survey on Hong Kong residents’ consumption habits and perceptions regarding bottled water and plastic waste in Hong Kong. This full report includes the detailed results and policy recommendations of the survey.
This summary report presents the highlighted findings and policy recommendations from “Reducing Plastic Waste in Hong Kong: Public Opinion Survey on Bottled Water Consumption and Attitudes Towards Plastic Waste”
Independent policy think tank Civic Exchange today released the results of a public opinion survey on Hong Kong residents’ consumption habits and perceptions regarding bottled water and plastic waste in Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange presented this letter with a few ideas for the Panel Members to consider when considering the Government’s request for support for proposal to build the Integrated Waste Management Facilities (IWMF) and to extend Hong Kong’s landfills.
This report captures the results of the International Coastal Cleanup Hong Kong 2003.
This paper provides a better understanding of household waste patterns in Hong Kong and ways to improve the performance of the waste management system.
This report captures the results of the Coastal Cleanup organised by the Clean Environment Campaign on
15 September 2001.