A wind turbine on Lamma Island, Hong Kong. Government initiatives can make it easier for businesses to reduce their dependence on carbon-intensive goods and services. Photo: Shutterstock
A wind turbine on Lamma Island, Hong Kong. Government initiatives can make it easier for businesses to reduce their dependence on carbon-intensive goods and services. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | How Hong Kong’s budget can help the city fight climate change

  • Heavier taxes for carbon-intensive goods and services and tax breaks for green initiatives are logical steps to help Hong Kong reach its sustainability goals
  • Unless the government takes carbon reduction seriously, the city will soon face the kind of extreme weather events being seen around the world

A wind turbine on Lamma Island, Hong Kong. Government initiatives can make it easier for businesses to reduce their dependence on carbon-intensive goods and services. Photo: Shutterstock
A wind turbine on Lamma Island, Hong Kong. Government initiatives can make it easier for businesses to reduce their dependence on carbon-intensive goods and services. Photo: Shutterstock
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