A child stands next to placards ahead of a rally in Central, Hong Kong, in support of a “Global Climate Strike” on September 20 that calls for government action to stave off environmental disaster. Photo: AFP A child stands next to placards ahead of a rally in Central, Hong Kong, in support of a “Global Climate Strike” on September 20 that calls for government action to stave off environmental disaster. Photo: AFP
A child stands next to placards ahead of a rally in Central, Hong Kong, in support of a “Global Climate Strike” on September 20 that calls for government action to stave off environmental disaster. Photo: AFP
Climate change

Letters | In the fight against climate change, hydrogen could be the answer to Hong Kong’s quest for greener fuel

  • A hydrogen-natural gas blend could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions if the hydrogen is produced from a low-carbon source. With government support, Hong Kong could be the perfect ‘lab’ to test out the idea and make it work

Topic |   Climate change
A child stands next to placards ahead of a rally in Central, Hong Kong, in support of a “Global Climate Strike” on September 20 that calls for government action to stave off environmental disaster. Photo: AFP A child stands next to placards ahead of a rally in Central, Hong Kong, in support of a “Global Climate Strike” on September 20 that calls for government action to stave off environmental disaster. Photo: AFP
A child stands next to placards ahead of a rally in Central, Hong Kong, in support of a “Global Climate Strike” on September 20 that calls for government action to stave off environmental disaster. Photo: AFP
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