Board Member, Paul Zimmerman, was quoted in the article, “Subtropical Hong Kong gets an average of 2,400mm of rain a year, with about a tenth of that coming in May. But for 2018 less than 170mm had fallen on the city for the first five months, under half the normal average for this period.”
Civic Exchange, from time to time recommends online content by third party websites, that compliments the work that we do…
RTHK Radio 3: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang spoke on “Backchat” about Hong Kong’s need to conserve and better manage its water.
China Daily: This feature looks at the HK $4.5 billion spent annually to secure 70-80% of the city’s water supply from Dongjiang. It quotes Civic Exchange research on local wastage.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Civic Exchange spokesperson Joyce Lau and ADM Capital Foundation researcher Sam Inglis discuss Hong Kong’s water supply on RTHK Money Talk.
China Water Risk: Subtropical, rainy Hong Kong seems blessed with water but, as Civic Exchange shows, this is an “illusion of plenty”.