Plastic waste swept onto Hong Kong’s shorelines by Typhoon Kompasu lies strewn across Silverstrand Beach in Sai Kung, on October 14, 2021. Photo: May Tse
Plastic waste swept onto Hong Kong’s shorelines by Typhoon Kompasu lies strewn across Silverstrand Beach in Sai Kung, on October 14, 2021. Photo: May Tse
Edwin Lau
Opinion

Opinion

Edwin Lau

John Lee is pulling out all the stops to improve housing in Hong Kong. Can he do the same for the environment?

  • With our city facing mounting environmental threats, there are plenty of tried-and-tested policies that could easily be implemented
  • But to allow for the development of green technologies, the mindset of officials first needs to evolve

Plastic waste swept onto Hong Kong’s shorelines by Typhoon Kompasu lies strewn across Silverstrand Beach in Sai Kung, on October 14, 2021. Photo: May Tse
Plastic waste swept onto Hong Kong’s shorelines by Typhoon Kompasu lies strewn across Silverstrand Beach in Sai Kung, on October 14, 2021. Photo: May Tse
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