Members of environmental group HK350 hold up balloons in the shape of atomic bombs to highlight the looming carbon catastrophe, as they march down the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade, last July 31. Photo: Felix Wong

What has Hong Kong done to tackle climate change? Next to nothing

Benoit Mayer says the city’s failure to fully join the battle against climate change, with excuses such as a lack of space or the cost of clean energy, displays a lack of sincere commitment to sustainable development

Topic |   Climate change

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Members of environmental group HK350 hold up balloons in the shape of atomic bombs to highlight the looming carbon catastrophe, as they march down the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade, last July 31. Photo: Felix Wong
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