COP26: Climate adaptation vital in race to net zero but where’s the funding?

SCMP: At COP26, participants are no longer just talking about the “race to zero” or carbon neutrality. The “race to resilience” – a UN-backed campaign to catalyse global ambition towards helping the most vulnerable communities survive and thrive amid climate stresses – has also been incorporated into the UN climate conference’s official agenda. The “race…

Researchers Call for Disrupting “Business-As-Usual” Power Systems with Low-Carbon Energy Sources to Ensure Energy Security and Decarbonise

Download Press Release Here   HONG KONG, 06 October 2021 – Hong Kong can maintain energy security and work toward decarbonizing its economy by diversifying its regional power sector portfolio and scaling-up domestic renewables, according to a report released today. The report, from Civic Exchange (CEx), an independent public policy think tank, and World Resources…

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Temperature rising: Hong Kong’s poorest suffer most as city gets hotter, while experts call for action to avoid tragedy

SCMP: Humanity’s need to tackle climate change is more pressing than ever, with the United Nations warning last week that global warming would accelerate at a faster-than-expected pace over the next 20 years. In this four-part series, the Post examines its impact on the city, how the Hong Kong government can best play catch-up, and…