Bad records management has serious consequences. For years, Hong Kong officials have been stuck in a regulatory limbo where they must “print-and-file” important e-mails, a cumbersome and wasteful practice.
As the shipping industry faces another cyclical downturn, impacting profitability and the viability of weaker industry players, the emphasis on efficiency and lowering the cost base becomes more apparent.
This photographic report captures a recent field investigation along the Dongjiang River.
This book brings events right up to date and includes the results of a survey about the Hong Kong public’s attitude towards the CCP.
In May 2011 the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) was formally extended to Hong Kong, opening a new page for nature conservation here. Protecting our biodiversity also plays a critical role in retaining Hong Kong’s position as the most liveable city in China.
With the global nuclear renaissance stalled by Fukushima, China is relying more than ever on hydropower to keep the economy growing.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Judicial Review is probably one of Hong Kong’s most important legal cases relating to the environment, and is bringing up a number of important issues in Hong Kong. This paper aims to facilitate effective public debate…
This paper provides a snapshot of the current status of park management in Hong Kong, and explores in depth examples of international best practice. It also outlines ideas for revising the governance of the Country Parks network.
This report is the first work of Civic Exchange’s publications series on the phenomenon of poverty in Hong Kong.
This paper discusses the differences between the patterns of official emissions and concentrations measured at the roadside; and suggests accurate emissions estimates to feed into policy assessments and hence policy formulation to provide urgently needed improvements in street level air quality.