An installation by artist Liina Klauss made from plastic waste collected from the beaches of Hong Kong, displayed at the 1881 Heritage complex in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee An installation by artist Liina Klauss made from plastic waste collected from the beaches of Hong Kong, displayed at the 1881 Heritage complex in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee
An installation by artist Liina Klauss made from plastic waste collected from the beaches of Hong Kong, displayed at the 1881 Heritage complex in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | With China shutting its doors, can Hong Kong find a way out of its waste crisis?

  • Not only has Hong Kong failed to cut waste disposal to 0.8kg per person per day, a target set in 2013, the amount of waste produced per capita has steadily risen since then

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
An installation by artist Liina Klauss made from plastic waste collected from the beaches of Hong Kong, displayed at the 1881 Heritage complex in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee An installation by artist Liina Klauss made from plastic waste collected from the beaches of Hong Kong, displayed at the 1881 Heritage complex in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee
An installation by artist Liina Klauss made from plastic waste collected from the beaches of Hong Kong, displayed at the 1881 Heritage complex in Tsim Sha Tsui in March 2019. Photo: Dickson Lee
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