Unopened Space: Mapping Equitable Availability of Open Space in Hong Kong

24 February 2017

Author : Carine Lai

There is keen interest in open space in Hong Kong, a city with small private homes and some of the world’s most densely populated urban areas. The territory has a unique setup, in that about 40% of the land is preserved as country park, with most of the population of 7 million housed in a built-up area occupying… (more...)

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Civic Exchange Calls For Energy Future Roadmap To Combat Climate Change

20 January 2017

Civic Exchange commends the Government’s Climate Action Plan 2030+ for its many initiatives but regrets that the plan shies away from the most important questions: how quickly is Hong Kong phasing out of coal and what are we going to switch into – Natural Gas or Nuclear. (more...)

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Hong Kong takes baby steps towards becoming a walkable city

20 January 2017

Author : Maura Wong

Maura Wong, CEO of Civic Exchange, is heartened by the pledge announced in the chief executive’s policy address to ensure our urban planning is pedestrian friendly (more...)

[PRESS RELEASE] Civic Exchange Welcomes Government Embrace of Walkability, but Urges Caution on Development and Infrastructure

19 January 2017

Civic Exchange, welcomed the fact that walkability – one of our main areas of focus – was addressed directly and specifically in the Hong Kong Chief Executive’s Policy Address. However, Civic Exchange also expressed concern with the Chief Executive’s emphasis on land development and rezoning. (more...)

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Civic Exchange Appoints Mr. Evan Auyang as Chairman of the Board

18 January 2017

Civic Exchange, an independent public policy think tank, announced that Mr. Evan Auyang has been appointed as Chairman of the Board. (more...)

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