South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang asks if the Government’s smart mobility plan can address the city’s main transit problems – such as overused MTR lines, vested interests among licensed operators and too many private cars.
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.
South China Morning Post: At the HK BioBlitz 2017, citizen scientists were enlisted to record and safeguard the city’s amazing biodiversity
Civic Exchange welcomes a new Programme Director, Researcher, two Fellows and three new members of its Walkability Expert Panel.
South China Morning Post: Dr. Winnie Tang cites Civic Exchange’s walkability assessments in this opinion piece. She says HK can learn from Copenhagen, Paris, London, Oslo and Chengdu .
South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange research is cited in this feature about the mental health impact of Hong Kong urban design, which leaves little room for children to run and play.