Volunteer first-aid workers look out across Victoria Harbour in Tamar, Admiralty, during a protest against the Hong Kong government’s extradition bill on June 18. As they fight for a better future, Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters should broaden their scope to encompass climate change. Photo: Dickson Lee
Christine Loh
Opinion

Opinion

Christine Loh

Hong Kong’s ‘revolution of our times’ should focus on climate change

  • The city’s youth would find Beijing more open to a dialogue on how the country can enhance its global leadership in the fight against climate change
  • Hong Kong can play a role in bringing the US and China together on the issue
Volunteer first-aid workers look out across Victoria Harbour in Tamar, Admiralty, during a protest against the Hong Kong government’s extradition bill on June 18. As they fight for a better future, Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters should broaden their scope to encompass climate change. Photo: Dickson Lee
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