This report describes the International Coastal Cleanup 2005 in Hong Kong, which involved a total of 1286 volunteers from 3 September to 26 October.
This paper reviews the need to preserve Hong Kong’s biodiversity; for its inherent value and to provide vital services for Hong Kong’s population.
In Hong Kong, as in other developed economies, people are living longer and longer lives. Yet, at the same time, fertility rates have fallen dramatically, leading to a decline in population. Indeed, Hong Kong leads the world in having the lowest per capita birth rate.
The world economy today operates on a high degree of integration. Trade, investments and diffusion of technologies are now global. A growing proportion of the world’s workforce depends on faraway markets, sources of capital and know-how. At the same time, the world’s best human resource talent…
This paper reviews the level of chemical contaminants in Hong Kong’s environment and food and points out the reasons.
This paper reviews a study that used chemical speciated data to identify significant sources of SO2 in Hong Kong.