This is our “First Baseline Study of the General Public’s Awareness and Attitudes Towards Biodiversity Conservation in Hong Kong.”
This briefing paper explores “Ecosystem Services to Support Development Policy,” and how those ideas may apply to Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange and City University of Hong Kong used newly developed sensors to track individuals’ exposure to certain pollutants, as they moved between home and parts of the city.
In “Hong Kong’s Water Security, Working Towards Regional Water Harmony,” Civic Exchange and ADMCF address freshwater supply. (In English and Chinese)
“Mapping Equitable Availability of Open Space in Hong Kong” takes a first step in analysing data to quantify inequalities in communal spaces.
This is a Policy Brief extracted from and drawing upon the findings in the Pearl River Delta Ship Emission Inventory Study – Final Report.
Since 2006, Hong Kong has taken the lead in Asia in researching the extent of air pollution from ships and its impact on human health.
The last segment of our three-part series focuses on Shanghai, where residents report a slightly higher level of happiness compared to Singapore, and significantly higher compared to Hong Kong. However, among migrant workers without a “hukou,” there is a gap in satisfaction over housing and medical care.
This report, the culmination of two years’ research, includes an assessment tool designed for Hong Kong, and studies of five neighbourhoods.
This launch focuses specifically on Singapore as a city, and reveals in-depth perceptions about quality of life in areas such as medical care, education, housing, transport, government and crime.