A woman looks out across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong Observatory issues the first typhoon warning No 1 signal in 2021 on June 11. In October, Hong Kong issued two No 8 storm warning signals in four days. Photo: Dickson Lee
A woman looks out across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong Observatory issues the first typhoon warning No 1 signal in 2021 on June 11. In October, Hong Kong issued two No 8 storm warning signals in four days. Photo: Dickson Lee
Thomas Gnocchi
Opinion

Opinion

Thomas Gnocchi

How the EU can help Hong Kong decouple growth from carbon emissions

  • Since 1990, the EU economy has grown by over 60 per cent while net greenhouse gas emissions have fallen by a quarter
  • The bloc is now walking the talk on fighting climate change with the European Green Deal. It can share this experience with Hong Kong

A woman looks out across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong Observatory issues the first typhoon warning No 1 signal in 2021 on June 11. In October, Hong Kong issued two No 8 storm warning signals in four days. Photo: Dickson Lee
A woman looks out across Victoria Harbour as the Hong Kong Observatory issues the first typhoon warning No 1 signal in 2021 on June 11. In October, Hong Kong issued two No 8 storm warning signals in four days. Photo: Dickson Lee
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