A man stands on rocks at Lei Yue Mun looking out over Victoria Harbour on a high air-pollution day in June last year. Photo: Photo: Sam Tsang
A man stands on rocks at Lei Yue Mun looking out over Victoria Harbour on a high air-pollution day in June last year. Photo: Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | If Hong Kong’s new Legislative Council wants to protect livelihoods, start with the environment

  • From renewable energy and cleaner air to better waste collection and recycling, the list is long and urgent
  • Legislators must work work with the government to ensure Hong Kong can meet its target of becoming carbon neutral in 2050

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
A man stands on rocks at Lei Yue Mun looking out over Victoria Harbour on a high air-pollution day in June last year. Photo: Photo: Sam Tsang
A man stands on rocks at Lei Yue Mun looking out over Victoria Harbour on a high air-pollution day in June last year. Photo: Photo: Sam Tsang
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