Civic Exchange is proud to announce the appointment Alok Jain as a new fellow.
Civic Exchange (CEx), an independent public policy think-tank, is proud to announce that Simon Ng has been appointed as a CEx Fellow. Mr. Ng and the American academic Robert Gottlieb have just co-written a book, “Global Cities: Urban Environments in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and China,” published by the MIT Press.
South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange is among the five Hong Kong think tanks that have made it onto the list compiled by the University of Pennsylvania.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Civic Exchange researcher Carine Lai says the Hong Kong government is trying to find land anywhere to build flats, leading to people living in densely populated areas and being deprived of space for recreation.
Civic Exchange was ranked the 46th Top Environment Policy Think Tank and on the list of Best Independent Think Tanks and Best Advocacy Campaign in the University of Pennsylvania’s 2016 Global Go to Think Tank Index.
Civic Exchange commends the Government’s Climate Action Plan 2030+ for its many initiatives, but regrets that the plan shies away from the most important questions: How quickly is Hong Kong phasing out coal? And what are we going to switch into: natural gas or nuclear?
Civic Exchange announced that Mr Evan Auyang has been appointed as Chairman of the Board.
Professor Chan is an award-winning journalist, journalism professor and media expert, who recently retired as the founding director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong.
ANNOUNCEMENT – Professor Ying Chan, Matriarch of Journalism School in Hong Kong, Joined Civic Exchange as Distinguished Fellow
Civic Exchange is delighted to announce that Professor Yuen-Ying Chan has joined Civic Exchange as a Distinguished Fellow.
Civic Exchange and Walk21, an international leader in championing walking, are producing this Conference with an objective to advance civic engagement and influence public policy on the theme of urban walkability.