This paper reviews the level of chemical contaminants in Hong Kong’s environment and food and points out the reasons.
This report documents the new policy direction Civic Exchange proposes to improve Hong Kong’s air quality.
This paper reviews a study that used chemical speciated data to identify significant sources of SO2 in Hong Kong.
Civic Exchange submitted its views and proposals on the methods for selecting the Chief Executive and for forming the Legislative Council in 2008.
A lecture delivered in Melbourne, Australia.
This report is a primer to understanding the highly complex subject of air pollution in Asia, as well as the energy choices that must be made to sustain continuing development.
The survey on issues related to constitutional reform was conducted 11-22 December 2004.
This report is part of a series of studies conducted by Civic Exchange on the functional constituencies in Hong Kong.
This paper examines the prospects of labour in China.
This report emphasises that the most substantial potential benefits arising from the merger are in putting public transport policy on firmer tracks towards achieving rail-led transport, as is already government policy but not yet being optimised.