A Snapshot of Hong Kong People’s Attitudes Towards Power Sources and Climate Change

In September 2013, Civic Exchange published a summary report on Hong Kong people’s attitudes towards power sources and climate change. To download the report, click on the link above.

This survey summary report is based on extracts from “Energizing Hong Kong: A comprehensive study of Hong Kong people’s attitudes towards power sources and climate change” by Professor Michael DeGolyer, Director of Hong Kong Transition Project at Hong Kong Baptist University. It captures the essence of survey on Hong Kong people’s behaviours and attitudes towards energy and environmental issues.

Media Coverage:
24 Sept 2013 – The Standard – Survey reveals energy saving ignorance
25 Sept 2013 – Tai Kung Pao – 不足30%港人認能源標籤
25 Sept 2013 – Apple Daily – 蘋果汁:60%市民最驚核能事故
25 Sept 2013 – SCMP – More worried about mainland pollution</a>
25 Sept 2013 – AM730 – 港人談節能「講多過做」
25 Sept 2013 – RTHK (News) – HK fails energy saving test
25 Sept 2013 – Sharp Daily – 政府環保報告信任率低
25 Sept 2013 – The Standard – Dim view taken on public energy-saving ideas