Air pollution is now regarded as one of the highest priorities in environmental protection in both developed and developing economies world-wide. The main driver of policy decision-making is the need to reduce the avoidable cardiopulmonary morbidity and mortality from pollutant exposures.
By Rev. James L. Fredericks PhD, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
Article on cross-border pollution in Hong Kong.
Article on how Hong Kong manufacturers can help clear the air.
China has an enormous appetite for energy consumption which is largely fuelled through the combustion of conventional energy sources. These conventional energy sources which include coal, crude oil, petroleum refined products and gas create air pollution as well as have an impact on climate change
The paper outlines the steps and prospects to have Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta region declared as as a Sulphur Emission Control Area.
This report focuses on the manufacturing contributions to the Pearl River Delta’s Poor Air Quality.
This paper proposes some possible uses of the new Central harbour-side, that would create a greener and more public accessible area.
The paper examines and analyses in detail the current status of China’s electoral system reform and to predict on that basis the direction of its future development through discussion and analysis of the three kinds of electoral systems.
Article on the effects a tax reform in Hong Kong could have.