Workers hold trays of recycled material photographed during the opening ceremony of Novetex’s recycling spinning mill in Tai Po in September 2019. The “upcycling” mill, which spins recycled fibre from textile waste, is an example of business opportunities that promote the health of the planet. Photo: David Wong Workers hold trays of recycled material photographed during the opening ceremony of Novetex’s recycling spinning mill in Tai Po in September 2019. The “upcycling” mill, which spins recycled fibre from textile waste, is an example of business opportunities that promote the health of the planet. Photo: David Wong
Workers hold trays of recycled material photographed during the opening ceremony of Novetex’s recycling spinning mill in Tai Po in September 2019. The “upcycling” mill, which spins recycled fibre from textile waste, is an example of business opportunities that promote the health of the planet. Photo: David Wong

Letters | Hong Kong’s green finance moves are a step in the right direction

  • Initiatives on sustainable green practices and enhanced transparency in ESG disclosures are welcome. Smart and integrated use of design and technology, and wise investment in more green projects, can help city stay competitive

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Workers hold trays of recycled material photographed during the opening ceremony of Novetex’s recycling spinning mill in Tai Po in September 2019. The “upcycling” mill, which spins recycled fibre from textile waste, is an example of business opportunities that promote the health of the planet. Photo: David Wong Workers hold trays of recycled material photographed during the opening ceremony of Novetex’s recycling spinning mill in Tai Po in September 2019. The “upcycling” mill, which spins recycled fibre from textile waste, is an example of business opportunities that promote the health of the planet. Photo: David Wong
Workers hold trays of recycled material photographed during the opening ceremony of Novetex’s recycling spinning mill in Tai Po in September 2019. The “upcycling” mill, which spins recycled fibre from textile waste, is an example of business opportunities that promote the health of the planet. Photo: David Wong
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