This letter follows Civic Exchange’s previous letter in which we expressed our appreciation and invited our Chief Executive to build on the foundations of policy support extended to a number of environmental issues in last year’s policy address and in the twelve months since then.
This letter to Chief Executive Mr Tsang reviews his election platforms and examins what remains unfulfilled from which contained a programme of proposals to transform many aspects of Hong Kong people’s lives.
In the light of a range of environmental issues in our CE’s last policy address as well as to some more recent policy initiatives in support of Hong Kong’s environment, this letter from Civic Exchange suggests Mr Donald Tsang to…
This is a submission to The Legislative Council’s Panel on Environmental Affairs Special meeting on 29 April 2011, regarding “nuclear literacy” in Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange submitted its response to the draft text of the revised Urban Renewal Strategy.
Civic Exchange presented its views on the Budget 2011, and suggested 7 budgetary initiatives to respond to the inadequacy of policy we noted.
Civic Exchange submission to Legislative Council Panel on Environmental Affairs (Subcommittee on Improving Air Quality) – Early Replacement of Old Diesel Commercial Vehicles.
Since constitutional development has not progressed since 2004, many of Civic Exchange’s views submitted earlier in response to various Task Force reports and the 2007 Green Paper remain relevant. We do not intend to repeat them but would like to highlight three issues.
To continue the meeting on 28-Jan regarding the upcoming 2010-2011 budget, Civic Exchange would like to make an additional point about upgrading of the franchised bus fleet.
Civic Exchange addressed three issues regarding the 2010-2011 budget consultation.