A study by Climate Central estimates that 1.3 million Hongkongers could be hit by flooding every year in areas such as Tai Po, Sha Tin, and at the Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: May Tse

Watch your carbon footprint: Hong Kong’s getting hotter, as climate change makes its presence felt

  • All signs point to more climate-related trouble ahead, unless change happens soon
  • Concern groups want robust government action, individual lifestyle changes too
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A study by Climate Central estimates that 1.3 million Hongkongers could be hit by flooding every year in areas such as Tai Po, Sha Tin, and at the Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: May Tse
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