Philippe Li

Philippe Li

Philippe Li works to drive tangible and measurable socio-environmental change in Hong Kong’s sustainability and social impact sector. He holds a degree in economics and geography from University College London.

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Opinion | Why Hongkongers’ low-carbon lifestyle choices may not be as green as they think

Hongkongers are being encouraged to play their part in tackling climate change, yet have no way of knowing which actions are most effective. Providing data on emissions saved from going meat-free or recycling allows people to ‘see’ the impact of their green habits.

Hongkongers are being encouraged to play their part in tackling climate change, yet have no way of knowing which actions are most effective. Providing data on emissions saved from going meat-free or recycling allows people to ‘see’ the impact of their green habits.

7 Jan 2022 - 6:45AM
Opinion | How Hong Kong’s nastiest plastic pollutant – microfibre – hides in plain sight

Microfibres, mainly shed from polyester clothes, are the most common microplastics in Hong Kong’s waste water. While studies elsewhere show microfibres being ingested indoors and from eating seafood, little is known about the effects here.

Microfibres, mainly shed from polyester clothes, are the most common microplastics in Hong Kong’s waste water. While studies elsewhere show microfibres being ingested indoors and from eating seafood, little is known about the effects here.

28 Oct 2021 - 9:15AM