Rubbish left on the street in Causeway Bay. Hong Kong has made little progress on recycling or waste reduction. Photo: Nora Tam Rubbish left on the street in Causeway Bay. Hong Kong has made little progress on recycling or waste reduction. Photo: Nora Tam
Rubbish left on the street in Causeway Bay. Hong Kong has made little progress on recycling or waste reduction. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong environmental issues

Letters | Hong Kong waste crisis is worsening: the time for ambitious government action is now

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Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
Rubbish left on the street in Causeway Bay. Hong Kong has made little progress on recycling or waste reduction. Photo: Nora Tam Rubbish left on the street in Causeway Bay. Hong Kong has made little progress on recycling or waste reduction. Photo: Nora Tam
Rubbish left on the street in Causeway Bay. Hong Kong has made little progress on recycling or waste reduction. Photo: Nora Tam
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