(L-R) Leung Wai-lim, ecologist; Leung On-sang, ecologist; Ryan Ho Chun-ming, ecologist, ; Lo Chi-chiu, HKU graduate student; Juan Carlos Astudillo, HKU Post-doctoral fellow. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong marine ecologists lead ‘eco-shoreline’ project to reshape city’s seawalls and pave the way for future reclamation projects

  • Project tests how modifying artificial shorelines boosts biodiversity – and could be template for future reclamation projects.
  • Government-funded HK$5 million project to run until 2021
Topic |   Urban planning

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(L-R) Leung Wai-lim, ecologist; Leung On-sang, ecologist; Ryan Ho Chun-ming, ecologist, ; Lo Chi-chiu, HKU graduate student; Juan Carlos Astudillo, HKU Post-doctoral fellow. Photo: May Tse
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Naomi Ng

Naomi Ng

Naomi is a city news reporter at the South China Morning Post. She joined the Post in 2015 as a cadet reporter and has previously written for CNN International in Hong Kong, and Mizzima news in Myanmar.