Civic Exchange is delighted to welcome John So as our new Operations Manager. He will look after the daily operations of the organization including financial reporting, budgeting, IT development, compliance,…
HONG KONG, 22 December 2017 — Civic Exchange has joined Drink Without Waste: The Single-Use Beverage Packaging Working Group, along with more than 20 other organisations from the business, academic and…
South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange’s Steven Molyneux-Webb says that the new Drink Without Waste initiative will look for solutions on cutting waste in line with the Government’s environmental aims.
Hong Kong Today on RTHK: Edwin Lau from the Green Earth is interviewed about the importance of working with manufacturers in the Civic Exchange-backed Drink Without Waste initiative, as Hong Kong…
Radio Television Hong Kong: Twenty-seven groups — including Civic Exchange, other NGOs and key players from the beverage, retail and waste industries — are joining hands to come up with ways to reduce the amount of waste created by throw-away packaging.
South China Morning Post: At the HK BioBlitz 2017, citizen scientists were enlisted to record and safeguard the city’s amazing biodiversity
HK01 Weekly: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang recommended an updated and holistic approach to transport policy. He said crowded MTR trains were one of the factors driving more people to purchase private cars.
Civic Exchange welcomes a new Programme Director, Researcher, two Fellows and three new members of its Walkability Expert Panel.
China Daily: This feature looks at the HK $4.5 billion spent annually to secure 70-80% of the city’s water supply from Dongjiang. It quotes Civic Exchange research on local wastage.
South China Morning Post: Dr. Winnie Tang cites Civic Exchange’s walkability assessments in this opinion piece. She says HK can learn from Copenhagen, Paris, London, Oslo and Chengdu .