The government has an opportunity to end decades of pollution, dangerous air and filthy skies, leaving a legacy of healthier, cleaner air. Reducing pollution must become a central part of the government’s policies that are within an on overall sustainable development context.
This report shows the different sources and factors of air pollution in Hong Kong.
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.
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 reviews the need to preserve Hong Kong’s biodiversity; for its inherent value and to provide vital services for Hong Kong’s population.
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.
This report examines the economic cost of visibility impairment.