Athletes, politicians and businessmen have been appointed by Greenpeace as wind ambassadors in a campaign to promote public support for wind power. They will tour streets and schools with students in the 'Sure Wind' campaign to spread the message that wind power, a clean, renewable energy source, is vital for a sustainable future. The website www.surewind.org.hk will be launched on Monday. Olympic windsurfing gold medallist Lee Lai-shan and Chung Kin-man, the first Hong Kong climber to conquer Mount Everest, are among eight ambassadors appointed by Greenpeace. Others include property agency chief Shih Wing-ching, television host and commentator Leung Man-to, former cyclist Hung Chung-yam, legislators Audrey Eu Yuet-mee and Choy So-yuk, and district councillor Cyd Ho Sau-lan. 'Let's keep talking about wind power. We must convince the government and public that we can do something to address the problems [of climate change and air pollution],' Ms Eu said. Urging a 2020 global vision, Ms Eu said officials, power firms and the public should look beyond the border and 2010, when Hong Kong and Guangdong are to meet emission reduction targets to control air pollution.