These are all research reports.

Open Space Handbook

This handbook is an educational resource published by Civic Exchange in May 2018 to help journalists, journalism students, urban planners, and the public learn more about open space – its definition, benefits, and importance in Hong Kong. More information about the distribution of open space can be found in Civic Exchange’s February 2017 report, “Unopened…

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Catching the Wave: Hong Kong as a Regional Green Finance Hub?

On Tuesday April 17th 2018, Civic Exchange hosted an event Catching the Wave in HKUST’s Business School in Central on how Hong Kong could spearhead regional green finance development. Visiting Fellow Paula di Perna joined industry practitioners and experts on discussing the importance of embedding environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations into mainstream investing and finance.

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Managing Vibrant Streets

“Managing Vibrant Streets” analyses the patchwork of regulations surrounding street management in Hong Kong, including activities such as food hawking, commercial vending, busking, protest, deliveries and waste disposal. It calls for the Government to develop a cohesive policy in order to promote the vibrant street life which makes Hong Kong unique.

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Poll on Biodiversity Awareness

This is our “First Baseline Study of the General Public’s Awareness and Attitudes Towards Biodiversity Conservation in Hong Kong.” This research project is funded by the Public Policy Research Funding Scheme from the Central Policy Unit of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government.

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