A woman and her dogs pass Hong Kong’s first wind power station on Lamma Island in February 2006. The HK2050 is Now plan for getting Hong Kong to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 says developing local renewable energy sources can help abate as much as 27 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Photo: Martin Chan A woman and her dogs pass Hong Kong’s first wind power station on Lamma Island in February 2006. The HK2050 is Now plan for getting Hong Kong to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 says developing local renewable energy sources can help abate as much as 27 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Photo: Martin Chan
A woman and her dogs pass Hong Kong’s first wind power station on Lamma Island in February 2006. The HK2050 is Now plan for getting Hong Kong to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 says developing local renewable energy sources can help abate as much as 27 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Photo: Martin Chan
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Letters | How Hong Kong can achieve net zero carbon emissions

  • The greatest potential for lower emissions comes from improving electricity generation, more energy efficient buildings and a more sustainable mobility sector
  • The transition will require effort, increased investment and collaboration between the government, private sector and public

Topic |   Environment
A woman and her dogs pass Hong Kong’s first wind power station on Lamma Island in February 2006. The HK2050 is Now plan for getting Hong Kong to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 says developing local renewable energy sources can help abate as much as 27 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Photo: Martin Chan A woman and her dogs pass Hong Kong’s first wind power station on Lamma Island in February 2006. The HK2050 is Now plan for getting Hong Kong to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 says developing local renewable energy sources can help abate as much as 27 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Photo: Martin Chan
A woman and her dogs pass Hong Kong’s first wind power station on Lamma Island in February 2006. The HK2050 is Now plan for getting Hong Kong to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 says developing local renewable energy sources can help abate as much as 27 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Photo: Martin Chan
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