Civic Exchange supports Shenzhen’s latest initiatives to reduce ship and port emissions.
This paper seeks to stimulate discussion on establishing an emission control area across the Pearl River Delta, as well as the issues involved.
Written Submission to the Subcommittee on Air Pollution Control (Air Pollutant Emission) (Controlled Vehicles) Regulation
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…
Written Submission to LegCo Panel on Environmental Affairs Regarding Mandatory retirement of pre-Euro IV diesel commercial vehicles
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.
Air Quality Management in Guangdong Province and Implications from the California Air Resources Board Experience
This paper provides an overview of the current air quality management framework and practices in Guangdong.
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.
This report aims to provide timely information regarding cruise ship emissions in Hong Kong for thorough discussions between the government, business sectors and the general public on the issues, before the opening of Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in June this year.