A woman wearing a face mask looks across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong skyline is obscured by smog on August 26, 2018. Photo: Nora Tam A woman wearing a face mask looks across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong skyline is obscured by smog on August 26, 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
A woman wearing a face mask looks across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong skyline is obscured by smog on August 26, 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
Lisa Genasci
Opinion

Opinion

Lisa Genasci and Wee Kean Fong

How Hong Kong can reduce its carbon emissions by 90 per cent

  • A new report shows that a carbon neutral city is within reach by decarbonising the power sector, improving building efficiency and enhancing mobility
  • While many Hong Kong people may feel tackling climate change is something for our future and not urgent, they couldn’t be more wrong – we must act now

A woman wearing a face mask looks across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong skyline is obscured by smog on August 26, 2018. Photo: Nora Tam A woman wearing a face mask looks across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong skyline is obscured by smog on August 26, 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
A woman wearing a face mask looks across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong skyline is obscured by smog on August 26, 2018. Photo: Nora Tam
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Lisa Genasci

Lisa Genasci

Lisa Genasci is CEO of the ADM Capital Foundation and a board member of Civic Exchange. Along with partners, she has helped to establish HK2050isnow.org, a platform for education, research and action to decarbonise Hong Kong.

Wee Kean Fong

Wee Kean Fong

Wee Kean Fong is the deputy China Country Director of World Resources Institute, a global research organisation that turns big ideas into action at the nexus of environment, economic opportunity and human well-being.