In “Hong Kong’s Water Security, Working Towards Regional Water Harmony,” Civic Exchange and ADMCF address freshwater supply. (In English and Chinese)
This report looks into the paths and actions that Singapore has taken to address their water scarcity issues. By examining the case of Singapore, Hong Kong can reflect on its previous and current approaches to water dependency and consider the way forward.
This report takes a closer look at Hong Kong’s own water resources management, using our previous work as a reference to help frame the issues.
This publication reports on a field investigation that was undertaken along the Dongjiang River in late 2011, and is the third publication in our water resource management series entitled “Liquid Assets”.
Water is fundamental to all aspects of life. Hong Kong and Guangdong share the water’s sources that feed our economic and social activities. The continuing industrial transformation of Guangdong impacts the entire South China region.
This photographic report captures a recent field investigation along the Dongjiang River.
This report shows a range of risks that have not been properly assessed, and emphasizes large hydro dams in unsuitable regions, especially the Nu River in Southwest, is not the way forward in switching away from fossil fuel to cope with climate change.
China’s intensified hydropower development plans during the 12FYP, particularly those in Southwest China, need to be reviewed and reconsidered because they run large risks that can have long-term irreversible impact on the nation’s security, competitiveness, ecology and people’s livelihood.