A girl protesting against the Lantau reclamation project sports a painting of an island and a pink dolphin on her forehead on October 14, 2018. Photo: Edward Wong A girl protesting against the Lantau reclamation project sports a painting of an island and a pink dolphin on her forehead on October 14, 2018. Photo: Edward Wong
A girl protesting against the Lantau reclamation project sports a painting of an island and a pink dolphin on her forehead on October 14, 2018. Photo: Edward Wong
Edwin Lau
Opinion

Opinion

Edwin Lau

Behind Carrie Lam’s grand reclamation plan for Hong Kong lies an inconvenient truth

  • The chief executive is determined to push ahead with her Lantau Tomorrow Vision as a solution to the city’s housing crisis, but the environmental costs – for both Hong Kong and the mainland – are being glossed over and less ecologically damaging options effaced

A girl protesting against the Lantau reclamation project sports a painting of an island and a pink dolphin on her forehead on October 14, 2018. Photo: Edward Wong A girl protesting against the Lantau reclamation project sports a painting of an island and a pink dolphin on her forehead on October 14, 2018. Photo: Edward Wong
A girl protesting against the Lantau reclamation project sports a painting of an island and a pink dolphin on her forehead on October 14, 2018. Photo: Edward Wong
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