This paper estimates that the quantifiable conservation value of Hong Kong’s natural resources – its marine ecosystem, its woodlands, its country parks – are worth a minimum of HK$1.8 billion to 6.5 billion annually.
This report provides an overview of the existing system of heritage conservation and proposes a number of policy options to enable effective heritage conservation management.
This report responds to the need of formulating a conservation strategy by suggesting ways in which Hong Kong may proceed on the issue of conservation.
This report gives an overview of Beijing’s post-1997 approach.
This report captures the results of the Coastal Cleanup organised by the Clean Environment Campaign on 15 September 2001.
This paper explores the problem of racial discrimination, its damaging effects, the positive aspects of promoting equal opportunities and the possible policy solutions.