Hong Kong endured the hottest July on record since the city started keeping records some 140 years ago. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong endured the hottest July on record since the city started keeping records some 140 years ago. Photo: Sam Tsang

Four lifestyle choices Hongkongers can adopt to stay cool and green in summer

  • Replacing just one meal a week containing meat with a vegan option could save 370kg of carbon emissions a year, according to New Zealand fintech firm Cogo
  • Keeping the thermostat 1 degree higher can help to reduce electricity consumption by 3 per cent for a 3,000 sq ft office space, according to CLP Power

Hong Kong endured the hottest July on record since the city started keeping records some 140 years ago. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong endured the hottest July on record since the city started keeping records some 140 years ago. Photo: Sam Tsang
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