Civic Exchange today launched a new report entitled Walkable City, Living Streets. This report studies the walking environment in the city, draws on the best practices from overseas cities, and maps out what it takes for Hong Kong to become a world class city for pedestrians.
Public policy think tank Civic Exchange today launched a new publication Protecting Sites of Ecological Value: A Guide for Decision-makers (the Guide). This paper aims to assist decision-makers and administrators responsible for protecting Hong Kong’s biodiversity.
This is a second and supplementary submission from Civic Exchange on the project profile for ESB-250/2012. The points raised refer to the further information published on 30 June 2012, the accompanying press release of the Airport Authority…
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 is a submission to the Secretariat of the UNFCC in response to its invitation to accredited observer organizations to submit views on various approaches, including opportunities for using markets, to enhance the cost-effectiveness of, and to promote…
In response to Hong Kong Government’s Budget Consultation 2012-13, Civic Exchange submitted a letter to the Financial Secretary on 12 January 2012.
Civic Exchange submitted our views to the Consultation Paper on Charities published in June 2011.
Scientific studies not only show air pollution levels are very high in Hong Kong but also the substantial public health and economic costs involved…
Civic Exchange notes that three public bus franchises for Long Win, New World First Bus and Citybus (Franchise 2) are nearing their completion date and that the Commissioner for Transport (C for T) has expressed his intention to renew the franchises owing to his satisfaction with their current operations.
Public policy think tank Civic Exchange notes the Court of Appeal on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai- Macau Bridge emphasized that the Director of Environmental Protection has a duty to ensure project proponents must minimize the environmental impacts of their projects.