Civic Exchange is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Winnie CW Cheung as our new CEO, effective on 1 September 2017.
Civic Exchange responded to the Hong Kong Government Environment Bureau’s recommendation on The Greater Bay Development Plan, which covers Hong Kong, Guangdong and Macau. The submission is in Chinese only.
HK01 Weekly (Issue 75): Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang commented on what he felt was a flawed water security policy in Hong Kong. HK01 dedicated a five-page print feature on the issue, with a video on their website.
The Standard: Civic Exchange spokesperson Joyce Lau commented about the government’s response to a palm oil spill that left 13 Hong Kong beaches closed.
From Pollution to Urban Planning, Hong Kong and Los Angeles Go under the Microscope in ‘Global Cities’
The South China Morning Post: A book review of “Global Cities: Urban Environments in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and China”, written by Civic Exchange Fellow Simon Ng and American academic Robert Gottlieb.
ViuTV: Civic Exchange board chairman Evan Auyang comments on a wide range of issues on ViuTV’s Weekly Re-Viu programme, such as Hong Kong’s Smart City blueprint, compared to those of rival cities like Singapore and Shenzhen.
Bloomberg: Civic Exchange’s board chairman Evan Auyang discusses Hong Kong’s growth over the past 20 years since the handover.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Evan Auyang, board chairman of Civic Exchange, talks about providing better buses in Hong Kong.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Evan Auyang, board chairman of Civic Exchange, talks about public transport strategy in Hong Kong.
As the world marks the United Nations’ World Environment Day on 5 June, Civic Exchange expresses its concern over President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Accord on 1 June. Civic Exchange, an independent public policy think-tank, has a particular interest in the ways that politics can affect environmental change.