Hong Kong based think tank Civic Exchange releases a groundbreaking study today entitled “A Price Too High – Health Impacts of Air Pollution in southern China”.
Hong Kong’s financial sector recognises the opportunities for carbon markets to expand and evolve as the world begins in earnest to de-carbonise in order to fight climate change.
Negotiators in Bali are unlikely to get Asian developing countries to agree to binding greenhouse emissions targets for now in the post-Kyoto climate change agreement, a report released today by think tanks Civic Exchange and the Singapore Institute for International Affairs argues.
Department of Community Medicine, School of Public Health, University of Hong Kong in association with the Air Quality Objective Concern Group The Air Quality Objective Concern Group has submitted separately a comprehensive set of comments on the Council for Sustainable Development’s (CSD) three proposals.
“Hong Kong is not ‘marginalised’ by China’s growth. Hong Kong needs to let go of areas it has lost competitive advantage, focus where it is competitive and create new strengths for the future”, said Christine Loh…
Civic Exchange submitted its views on the HKSAR Government’s green paper on constitutional development.
Hong Kong’s air quality policies must be more stringent to reverse the rise in air pollution and protect public health.
Civic Exchange submitted additional views on measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and its effect on global warming.