Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula shrouded in thick smog. Photo: Edmond SoHong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula shrouded in thick smog. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula shrouded in thick smog. Photo: Edmond So
Edwin Lau
Opinion

Opinion

Edwin Lau

Environmental crisis should not be ignored amid protests over extradition bill

  • Government’s long-term decarbonisation strategy consultation document did not set clear goals for the city to go carbon-neutral
  • People who are suffering from poor air quality and effects of climate change have long aspired to have healthier living conditions

Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula shrouded in thick smog. Photo: Edmond SoHong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula shrouded in thick smog. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula shrouded in thick smog. Photo: Edmond So
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