In the light of a range of environmental issues in our CE’s last policy address as well as to some more recent policy initiatives in support of Hong Kong’s environment, this letter from Civic Exchange suggests Mr Donald Tsang to…
Climate Dialogue was a four-day international conference on climate change held in Hong Kong from 3 to 6 November 2010, with about 1,600 delegates.
This is a submission to The Legislative Council’s Panel on Environmental Affairs Special meeting on 29 April 2011, regarding “nuclear literacy” in Hong Kong.
China’s intensified hydropower development plans during the 12FYP, particularly those in Southwest China, need to be reviewed and reconsidered because they run large risks that can have long-term irreversible impact on the nation’s security, competitiveness, ecology and people’s livelihood.
Public policy think tank Civic Exchange today announced a new programme which aims to improve nature conservation in Hong Kong.
Independent public policy thank-tank Civic Exchange today released its response to the Government’s Climate Change Strategy and Action Agenda and also released the findings from a new survey on Hong Kong people’s attitudes towards nuclear power.
Civic Exchange submitted its response to the draft text of the revised Urban Renewal Strategy.
Civic Exchange presented its views on the Budget 2011, and suggested 7 budgetary initiatives to respond to the inadequacy of policy we noted.
Public policy think tank Civic Exchange today released a public opinion survey entitled “Less Talk, More Action”.
Independent public policy thank-tank Civic Exchange and scholars at the University of Leeds, UK, released a new research paper today on climate change and flood risks, titled “Rich Delta, Costly Flooding” showing Hong Kong hasn’t spent enough time to consider better flood management.