Co-authored by Civic Exchange and scholars at the University of Leeds, UK, “Rich Delta, Costly Flooding” investigates the flood problem in the PRD and Hong Kong.
This survey is a supplement to an earlier public opinion survey The Hong Kong Transition Project completed on behalf of Civic Exchange in July 2010 on Hong Kong people’s attitudes to climate change.
This summary report is published by the Social and Policy Research Unit Department of Social Sciences
Hong Kong Institute of Education and Civic Exchange.
The HKSAR Government can become a leader in GHG emissions measurements by investing in a variety of ways to measure emissions, as well as by adopting a collaborative attitude towards working with universities and other knowledgeable institutions.
A Climate of Change Public Opinion Survey on Global Climate Change in Hong Kong 2010 (Summary of Key Findings)
In July 2010, The Hong Kong Transition Project conducted a survey on behalf of Civic Exchange on Hong Kong people’s attitudes towards global climate change.
This briefing paper provides the background to the Conference of Parties meetings in Cancun (COP-16), Mexico, from 29 November to 10 December 2010.
President Obama left Copenhagen with an accord that outlines broad goals for international cooperation on climate change, with the US, China, India, Brazil and South Africa acting outside of the United Nations’ intended negotiating framework…
What did COP15 mean for the world?
Two observations are obvious.
Despite the fact that the USA will attend COP15 in Copenhagen without signed domestic legislation, President Obama and the US delegation have diverged from the previous US policy position regarding the international climate change negotiations.
Press Release: Intelligence Squared Asia-Victory for Christine Loh’s Team in Last Night’s Intelligence Squared Debate in Asia
Intelligence Squared, the leading global forum for intellectual and cultural debate, held its second event in Asia on 11 November 2009.