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

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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

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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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Christine Loh

Christine Loh

Christine Loh is chief development strategist and adjunct professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology’s Institute of the Environment and Division of Environment and Sustainability. She was the former undersecretary for the environment (2012-17), and a former lawmaker. She is also the former CEO of Civic Exchange, a non-profit public policy think tank. She is a lawyer by training, a commodities trader by profession, and an author of many publications.