The Chief Executive proposes various initiatives in the 2014 Policy Address, including air quality management, nature conservation, urban liveability, people with disability and women issues. But there are areas that Civic Exchange has identified as major reservations or missed opportunities.
Civic Exchange submitted a document to Chief Secretary for Administration in response to Policy Address 2014 Consultation.
In consideration of the adverse health effects of diesel exhaust, Civic Exchange submitted a document to the Subcommittee on Air Pollution Control (Air Pollutant Emission) (Controlled Vehicles) Regulation…
Civic Exchange has submitted a document to the Legislative Council Panel on Environmental Affairs, supporting the revised plan put forward by the Environmental Protection Department to incentivise early retirement of pre-Euro IV diesel commercial vehicles and sharing the views on improving roadside emissions.
Civic Exchange submitted a document supporting the proposal from the Environmental Protection Department (EPD) to mandate at-berth fuel switching in Hong Kong and sharing the views on introduction of the regulation.
In response to the administration’s paper, ‘Current Legislation and Administrative Measures on the Control of Noise Pollution and the Associated Public Expenditure’, Civic Exchange submitted a document to share its comments on the issues mentioned in the paper.
Civic Exchange submitted a document in response to the Executive Council’s advise and the Chief Executive’s order to introduce the Air Pollution Control (Amendment) Bill 2013 into the Legislative Council.
Civic Exchange welcomes the joint announcement of “A Clean Air Plan for Hong Kong” (the Plan) by the Environment Bureau, the Transport and Housing Bureau, the Development Bureau, and the Food and Hygiene Bureau.
In commemoration of the second anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, Civic Exchange today published a pamphlet, first of a multi-part series, to deconstruct the basics of radiation.
Civic Exchange launched a three-part report tracking the changing faces of Hong Kong, with specific emphasis on the changing status of women, over the past two decades.