A general view of Kwai Chung Cargo Terminal on July 10. Many shipping firms in Hong Kong have announced plans to improve sustainability. Photo: Martin Chan A general view of Kwai Chung Cargo Terminal on July 10. Many shipping firms in Hong Kong have announced plans to improve sustainability. Photo: Martin Chan
A general view of Kwai Chung Cargo Terminal on July 10. Many shipping firms in Hong Kong have announced plans to improve sustainability. Photo: Martin Chan
Richard Hext
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Hext

How Hong Kong can help make shipping more sustainable

  • Shipping is greener than road or air, but industry recognises need for action and has big fuel and emission targets – the biggest challenges for local firms
  • Hong Kong is well placed to influence mainland policy and support sustainability efforts by upgrading infrastructure and encouraging the use of biofuels

A general view of Kwai Chung Cargo Terminal on July 10. Many shipping firms in Hong Kong have announced plans to improve sustainability. Photo: Martin Chan A general view of Kwai Chung Cargo Terminal on July 10. Many shipping firms in Hong Kong have announced plans to improve sustainability. Photo: Martin Chan
A general view of Kwai Chung Cargo Terminal on July 10. Many shipping firms in Hong Kong have announced plans to improve sustainability. Photo: Martin Chan
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