Greenpeace activists display a thermometer installation in front of a brown-coal-fired power plant in Bergheim, Germany, on January 22. The Rhenish Brown Coal Field is Europe’s largest carbon dioxide source. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong’s low-carbon future hangs in the balance, as city fails to warm to green finance

  • Mitigating the effects of climate change is expected to add more than US$26 trillion to the world economy by 2030
  • China invested US$100 billion in the clean energy sector in 2018, but investor interest in Hong Kong is lagging behind
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Greenpeace activists display a thermometer installation in front of a brown-coal-fired power plant in Bergheim, Germany, on January 22. The Rhenish Brown Coal Field is Europe’s largest carbon dioxide source. Photo: EPA
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