Workers clear debris in Heng Fa Chuen following Typhoon Mangkhut. Photo: Winson WongWorkers clear debris in Heng Fa Chuen following Typhoon Mangkhut. Photo: Winson Wong
Workers clear debris in Heng Fa Chuen following Typhoon Mangkhut. Photo: Winson Wong
SCMP Editorial
Opinion

Opinion

Editorial by SCMP Editorial

City must prepare for the impact of climate change

  • New findings have renewed concerns over Hong Kong’s preparedness, with warnings that coastal areas now home to 850,000 people could be under water by the end of the century

Workers clear debris in Heng Fa Chuen following Typhoon Mangkhut. Photo: Winson WongWorkers clear debris in Heng Fa Chuen following Typhoon Mangkhut. Photo: Winson Wong
Workers clear debris in Heng Fa Chuen following Typhoon Mangkhut. Photo: Winson Wong
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