Loong Tsz-wai

Loong Tsz-wai is the community relations manager at Clean Air Network and a member of the Environment Bureau’s Air Quality Objectives review working group. He has an academic background in molecular biotechnology. He has curated projects and campaigns against air pollution, as well as those on city planning, social housing, public space and community development.
Loong Tsz-wai
Loong Tsz-wai is the community relations manager at Clean Air Network and a member of the Environment Bureau’s Air Quality Objectives review working group. He has an academic background in molecular biotechnology. He has curated projects and campaigns against air pollution, as well as those on city planning, social housing, public space and community development.

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Opinion | Forget air quality and public health, the Hong Kong government puts its Lantau development project first

the government’s proposal to merely tweak air quality goals in the upcoming review is unacceptable. But tighter regulations may well impede projects like the Lantau reclamation, and it’s clear where its priorities lie.

29 Dec 2018 - 8:16AM

the government’s proposal to merely tweak air quality goals in the upcoming review is unacceptable. But tighter regulations may well impede projects like the Lantau reclamation, and it’s clear where its priorities lie.

Forget air quality and public health, the Hong Kong government puts its Lantau development project first
Hong Kong needs stricter laws on air pollution, to hold the government to account

Environmental officials should be required by law to prioritise public health protection and stop avoiding the tough measures needed to clean up our roadside air

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Environmental officials should be required by law to prioritise public health protection and stop avoiding the tough measures needed to clean up our roadside air

Hong Kong needs stricter laws on air pollution, to hold the government to account
A green Hong Kong in 2030 and beyond? Not according to this plan
Charge big polluters more under Hong Kong’s electronic road pricing scheme
Hong Kong must control private car growth - or lose the pollution fight
Planners need to end the occupation of our streets - by vehicles

The Occupy movement has done more than disrupt and cause inconvenience; it has provided an invaluable chance to rethink what is needed to make our streets more friendly to pedestrians and the environment.

8 Nov 2016 - 5:53PM

The Occupy movement has done more than disrupt and cause inconvenience; it has provided an invaluable chance to rethink what is needed to make our streets more friendly to pedestrians and the environment.

Planners need to end the occupation of our streets - by vehicles