This paper aims to look into what actions the California Air Resources Board has taken to move towards a smog-free environment, with specific focus on the California Smog Check Program and the Standardized Testing and Reporting Smog Check Program.
This report takes a closer look at Hong Kong’s own water resources management, using our previous work as a reference to help frame the issues.
This report looks closely at Guangdong’s energy outlook in the context of Mainland China and its implications for Hong Kong. It aims to improve the understanding of Guangdong’s energy strategies and thereby, benefit Hong Kong’s energy policy deliberation.
This paper provides an overview of the current air quality management framework and practices in Guangdong.
As a continuation of Civic Exchange’s publication ‘Rethinking Small House Policy’ (2003), this report provides an update of the policy over the past decade (2003 – 2012), identifies remaining problems and conflicts between different stakeholders and finally suggests a way forward.
This report is one of the series in Civic Exchange Energy Mix Project.
This report aims to provide timely information regarding cruise ship emissions in Hong Kong for thorough discussions between the government, business sectors and the general public on the issues, before the opening of Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in June this year.
This report sets out how Hong Kong can develop a Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (BSAP), based on the Convention of Biological Diversity’s (CBD) guidance and principles, so that effective and urgent actions can be taken to protect Hong Kong’s wildlife and ecosystems and prevent further loss of biodiversity.
The report was commissioned by ACCA and written by Christine Loh, when she was CEO of Civic Exchange.
This report represents a joint-effort by Civic Exchange, HKUST’s Atmospheric Research Center and HKU’s School of Public Health.