Overfilled recycling bins in Wan Chai on June 9, 2019. The government has good initiatives but more transparency on the goals and outcomes is critical in engaging the public and businesses. Photo: Edmond So Overfilled recycling bins in Wan Chai on June 9, 2019. The government has good initiatives but more transparency on the goals and outcomes is critical in engaging the public and businesses. Photo: Edmond So
Overfilled recycling bins in Wan Chai on June 9, 2019. The government has good initiatives but more transparency on the goals and outcomes is critical in engaging the public and businesses. Photo: Edmond So
TC Li
Opinion

Opinion

The View by TC Li

Hong Kong’s recycling industry needs more transparency to change for good

  • Transparency, accountability, and the communication of it all goes a long way towards re-establishing trust in the recycling system
  • Only by keeping public and business stakeholders well-informed on what works and what does not can the government drive change in the recycling industry

Overfilled recycling bins in Wan Chai on June 9, 2019. The government has good initiatives but more transparency on the goals and outcomes is critical in engaging the public and businesses. Photo: Edmond So Overfilled recycling bins in Wan Chai on June 9, 2019. The government has good initiatives but more transparency on the goals and outcomes is critical in engaging the public and businesses. Photo: Edmond So
Overfilled recycling bins in Wan Chai on June 9, 2019. The government has good initiatives but more transparency on the goals and outcomes is critical in engaging the public and businesses. Photo: Edmond So
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TC Li

TC Li

TC Li is the head of thought leadership at GREEN Hospitality, communications manager at Foundation for Shared Impact, and a climate reality leader. She has previously worked as an editor at various publishing houses and online magazine platforms in Hong Kong.