With Hong Kong's air quality so bad and the ships using our port significant emitter of a key pollutant, sulphur dioxide, our government should be leading the push for clean fuel.
Cathay faces logistical problem
The article by Reinhard Renneberg ('Biofuels an idea that can really fly for airlines', January 22) makes interesting reading.
Recently a mainland landfill reportedly began leaking sewage into the Mai Po wetland, which is a timely reminder that rubbish doesn't simply disappear after it leaves our homes.
The central government has banned new methanol chemical projects using natural gas as feedstock, as part of measures to cut air pollution by diverting more gas supply into city consumption.
If the speed at which mainland entrepreneurs jumped on to the internet bandwagon in the late 1990s is any benchmark, the biofuel investment craze sweeping through Guangxi Zhuang autonomous...
Guangzhou will implement the Euro 3 emission standard for all new cars today, becoming the second mainland city after Beijing to enforce the standard before the national deadline next year.
Daily human activities increase atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and are feared to speed up the rate of global warming.
LEGISLATORS were almost unanimous in rejecting the Government's proposal to compel diesel vehicles under four tonnes to change to petrol within five years.
ARMED customs investigators have made a huge seizure of illegal duty-free diesel, and broken up a plant removing the dye that distinguishes it.