A dried-up Lau Shui Heung Reservoir in Fanling, as Hong Kong sweltered through a record-breaking heatwave in May 2018. Photo: Winson WongA dried-up Lau Shui Heung Reservoir in Fanling, as Hong Kong sweltered through a record-breaking heatwave in May 2018. Photo: Winson Wong
A dried-up Lau Shui Heung Reservoir in Fanling, as Hong Kong sweltered through a record-breaking heatwave in May 2018. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | What Hong Kong must do to survive the deadly impact of a warming Earth

  • When global warming hits Hong Kong, deadly heatwaves will become more frequent; we will experience heavier rainfall yet remain water-stressed; food availability will decrease and prices will increase. Before this city becomes even less liveable, we must act
Topic |   Climate change
A dried-up Lau Shui Heung Reservoir in Fanling, as Hong Kong sweltered through a record-breaking heatwave in May 2018. Photo: Winson WongA dried-up Lau Shui Heung Reservoir in Fanling, as Hong Kong sweltered through a record-breaking heatwave in May 2018. Photo: Winson Wong
A dried-up Lau Shui Heung Reservoir in Fanling, as Hong Kong sweltered through a record-breaking heatwave in May 2018. Photo: Winson Wong
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