On Tuesday 17 April 2018, Civic Exchange hosted an event on how Hong Kong could spearhead regional green finance development.
Visiting Fellow Paula DiPerna highlights the opportunities facing Hong Kong to use its strengths as a financial centre, and take the lead in what she calls the “5 Ps” of green finance.
In a response to the 2018-19 Budget, Winnie Cheung, Civic Exchange CEO, analyses a change in fiscal philosophy which could impact how environmental and social works are funded.
The Jockey Club Civic Exchange “Reconnecting Open Space” Programme is a year-long initiative funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and led by Civic Exchange.
South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang was quoted as saying that HK needs a stronger policy vision and Government cooperation to stay competitive as a smart city.
Civic Exchange CEO Winnie Cheung wrote that the Government should invest more resources in environmental development in the 2018/19 Budget.
Civic Exchange has been ranked among the top 50 Environment Think Tanks in the world in the 2017 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report.
RTHK Radio 3: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang spoke on “Backchat” about Hong Kong’s need to conserve and better manage its water.