South China Morning Post: It’s not just on the city’s streets where Hong Kong residents are at risk from dangerous PM2.5 particulates – three-quarters of daily personal exposure is indoors, a study by Civic Exchange and City University reveals.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Readings obtained from mobile sensors, tracking individuals while they went about their daily activities, showed their exposure was sometimes much higher than data from nearby government monitoring stations.
Hong Kong Free Press: Hongkongers are exposed to greater levels of PM2.5 pollutants than those recorded at government air quality monitoring stations, Civic Exchange says.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Data collected from dozens of volunteers who carried lunchbox-sized sensors over a six-month period differed greatly from the government’s pollution figures, researchers from Civic Exchange and City University said.
South China Morning Post: Chau Sai-wai, assistant director of water supplies in the Hong Kong government, writes an opinion piece in response to Civic Exchange’s report “The Illusion of Plenty: Hong Kong’s Water Security – Working towards Regional Water Harmony”.