China Water Risk: Subtropical, rainy Hong Kong seems blessed with water but, as Civic Exchange shows, this is an “illusion of plenty”.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Civic Exchange Fellow Simon Ng suggests that the Government enforce tighter sulphur emission rules.
Civic Exchange has appointed two new members to its expert panel on Walkability. Wang Liang Huew and Julian Kwong join a team working on solutions to make Hong Kong a better place for pedestrians.
On Hong Kong’s 20th handover anniversary, Civic Exchange looks at the changes the city has experienced in the past two decades and puts forward a number of recommendations.
Bloomberg: Civic Exchange’s board chairman Evan Auyang discusses Hong Kong’s growth over the past 20 years since the handover.
Harbour Times: For a compact urban jungle, Hong Kong uses a shocking amount of freshwater resources.
South China Morning Post: The easy supply of water from the mainland and low water tariffs have lulled Hongkongers into a false sense of security, unaware of the mounting pressure on water supplies in many parts of the world, including the Pearl River Delta.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Evan Auyang, board chairman of Civic Exchange, talks about providing better buses in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Free Press: It is actually an illusion that fresh drinking water is an unlimited natural resource in the city.
Harbour Times: Zhi Ning, assistant professor at City University of Hong Kong, and Simon Ng, Civic Exchange fellow, presented their findings on pollution exposure in Hong Kong.