Tourists in Tsim Sha Tsui look out over Victoria Harbour on a day of poor air quality, on November 12, 2018. Photo: Sam Tsang Tourists in Tsim Sha Tsui look out over Victoria Harbour on a day of poor air quality, on November 12, 2018. Photo: Sam Tsang
Tourists in Tsim Sha Tsui look out over Victoria Harbour on a day of poor air quality, on November 12, 2018. Photo: Sam Tsang
Jill Baker
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Jill Baker

With zero-carbon target set, time for Hong Kong to get serious about climate change

  • Working on the goal of carbon neutrality as a shared community project, one that sees the Hong Kong government truly engaging with voices from all parts of society, could be a powerful way of rebuilding trust in a divided city

Tourists in Tsim Sha Tsui look out over Victoria Harbour on a day of poor air quality, on November 12, 2018. Photo: Sam Tsang Tourists in Tsim Sha Tsui look out over Victoria Harbour on a day of poor air quality, on November 12, 2018. Photo: Sam Tsang
Tourists in Tsim Sha Tsui look out over Victoria Harbour on a day of poor air quality, on November 12, 2018. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Jill Baker

Jill Baker

Jill Baker is adjunct fellow at Asia Business Council, a research adviser at Terra Alpha Investments, and a contributor to Forbes.com.