Year 4 pupils from ICHK Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po plant a Miyawaki forest, an urban forestry method developed to cool spaces and capture carbon dioxide, as well as increase biodiversity, on August 23. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Year 4 pupils from ICHK Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po plant a Miyawaki forest, an urban forestry method developed to cool spaces and capture carbon dioxide, as well as increase biodiversity, on August 23. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Kitty Tam
Opinion

Opinion

Kitty Tam

Hong Kong must tackle the biodiversity and climate crises together

  • Climate change, biodiversity loss and economic development can no longer be treated separately
  • With COP15 and COP26, the government has a momentous opportunity to help secure an ambitious global biodiversity agreement

Year 4 pupils from ICHK Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po plant a Miyawaki forest, an urban forestry method developed to cool spaces and capture carbon dioxide, as well as increase biodiversity, on August 23. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Year 4 pupils from ICHK Hong Lok Yuen in Tai Po plant a Miyawaki forest, an urban forestry method developed to cool spaces and capture carbon dioxide, as well as increase biodiversity, on August 23. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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