Public policy think tank Civic Exchange today released the results of a public opinion survey on Hong Kong people’s attitudes towards climate change.
Raising water price is inevitable for Hong Kong in order to manage water resources better. So far, the HKSAR Government hesitates to increase water tariffs because of expected resistance from legislators.
Authored by Carine Lai, Civic Exchange launched today a study, titled Treating the Symptoms: A Critical Review of Urban Renewal in Hong Kong. The report is a critical analysis of Hong Kong’s urban renewal policies since 2000, with Hong Kong’s Urban Renewal Authority (URA) as the main focus but not the only one.
Public policy think tank Civic Exchange today announced the findings of a study on roadside air pollution covering all 18 districts in Hong Kong.
The ‘Get It Green’ (‘GIG’) competition, jointly organized by the Environmental Campaign Committee (ECC) and Civic Exchange, with the funding support of the Environment & Conservation Fund of the HKSAR Government, is inviting youth aged 25 and under to submit entries related to climate change and low carbon living.
Public policy think tank Civic Exchange today called on Chief Secretary Henry Tang to work with the Environmental Protection Department (EPD), Transport Department (TD), and the Secretary for Food & Health to reduce the threat to public health…
Civic Exchange has called for the Medical Priority Dispatch System (MPDS) to be implemented in Hong Kong for at least five years. This is a system that can help to save lives in a city that has heavy demand on ambulance service.1 This matter should have received high policy priority much earlier.
Better environmental disclosure requirements from the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) not only would help reduce investment risk and protect investor interests…
Public policy think tank Civic Exchange today noted that dust from a giant sandstorm in northern China has caused record levels of air pollution. However, the greater harm comes from living in a persistently high pollution environment, and there is an urgent need to reduce the pollution Hong Kong generates itself.
Civic Exchange submission to Legislative Council Panel on Environmental Affairs (Subcommittee on Improving Air Quality) – Early Replacement of Old Diesel Commercial Vehicles.