This paper provides a general introduction to the political economy of land in Hong Kong.
This summary is an abridged version of a longer paper that reviews the health effects of air pollution in Hong Kong.
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 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 compares the US-Mexico border and the Hong Kong-Guangdong with a view at the cross-border air pollution.
This paper reviews the need for cleaner vehicles and fuels with a view at the air pollution in Hong Kong.
This paper provides practical models for the development of a management scheme suitable for the LRFFT.