John Lee leaves the Press Room of the Office of the Chief Executive-elect at Immigration Tower in Wan Chai on May 17, after speaking to media representatives about plans for the government restructuring. Photo: Nora Tam
John Lee leaves the Press Room of the Office of the Chief Executive-elect at Immigration Tower in Wan Chai on May 17, after speaking to media representatives about plans for the government restructuring. Photo: Nora Tam
Christine Loh
Opinion

Opinion

Christine Loh

Can government revamp bring Hong Kong closer to achieving its climate goals?

  • Making our city greener and more sustainable is a complex task that requires the efforts of multiple bureaus
  • The Lee administration’s ability to deliver on this goal will be a test of whether the expensive restructuring leads to better cooperation between agencies

John Lee leaves the Press Room of the Office of the Chief Executive-elect at Immigration Tower in Wan Chai on May 17, after speaking to media representatives about plans for the government restructuring. Photo: Nora Tam
John Lee leaves the Press Room of the Office of the Chief Executive-elect at Immigration Tower in Wan Chai on May 17, after speaking to media representatives about plans for the government restructuring. Photo: Nora Tam
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