A playground in Heng Fa Chuen is destroyed after Typhoon Mangkhut hit Hong Kong on September 16, 2018. Hong Kong can expect more extreme weather events as the impact of climate change makes itself felt around the world. Photo: Winson Wong
A playground in Heng Fa Chuen is destroyed after Typhoon Mangkhut hit Hong Kong on September 16, 2018. Hong Kong can expect more extreme weather events as the impact of climate change makes itself felt around the world. Photo: Winson Wong
Carrie Lam

Letters | How Carrie Lam’s policy address can have an impact on climate change

  • Readers discuss the need to seriously address climate change in the policy address, the possible environmental impact of a planned railway line, the implications of the liaison office chief’s visit to ‘caged homes’, and a US general’s call to China

A playground in Heng Fa Chuen is destroyed after Typhoon Mangkhut hit Hong Kong on September 16, 2018. Hong Kong can expect more extreme weather events as the impact of climate change makes itself felt around the world. Photo: Winson Wong
A playground in Heng Fa Chuen is destroyed after Typhoon Mangkhut hit Hong Kong on September 16, 2018. Hong Kong can expect more extreme weather events as the impact of climate change makes itself felt around the world. Photo: Winson Wong
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