T-Park in Tuen Mun is a state-of-the-art sludge treatment facility that also has spa facilities, an example of Hong Kong’s innovative approach to sustainable buildings and development. Photo: Martin Chan
T-Park in Tuen Mun is a state-of-the-art sludge treatment facility that also has spa facilities, an example of Hong Kong’s innovative approach to sustainable buildings and development. Photo: Martin Chan
Ken O’Flaherty
Opinion

Opinion

Ken O’Flaherty

How Hong Kong can lead Asia on climate change through innovation

  • As the city strives to reach carbon neutrality by 2050, the rest of Asia will look to Hong Kong for best practices, inspiration and support
  • By being ahead of the innovation curve, Hong Kong has a chance to be an early mover and reap the economic rewards for going green

T-Park in Tuen Mun is a state-of-the-art sludge treatment facility that also has spa facilities, an example of Hong Kong’s innovative approach to sustainable buildings and development. Photo: Martin Chan
T-Park in Tuen Mun is a state-of-the-art sludge treatment facility that also has spa facilities, an example of Hong Kong’s innovative approach to sustainable buildings and development. Photo: Martin Chan
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