Chief Executive Carrie Lam poses for photographs with copies of her policy address, during a news conference in Hong Kong on November 25. Her fourth policy blueprint set out strategies and proposals to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg
Chief Executive Carrie Lam poses for photographs with copies of her policy address, during a news conference in Hong Kong on November 25. Her fourth policy blueprint set out strategies and proposals to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Zero carbon Hong Kong by 2050: four ways to walk the talk

  • The government’s carbon neutrality pledge must be incorporated into various aspects of development planning
  • Hong Kong must aim for a green recovery, develop renewables and take much-needed action, instead of conducting even more studies

Topic |   Climate change
Chief Executive Carrie Lam poses for photographs with copies of her policy address, during a news conference in Hong Kong on November 25. Her fourth policy blueprint set out strategies and proposals to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg
Chief Executive Carrie Lam poses for photographs with copies of her policy address, during a news conference in Hong Kong on November 25. Her fourth policy blueprint set out strategies and proposals to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Photo: Bloomberg
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