One of the short-term goals of environment minister Wong Kam-sing is winning legislative approval to charge residents a small fee for rubbish bag collection. Photo: Edmond So One of the short-term goals of environment minister Wong Kam-sing is winning legislative approval to charge residents a small fee for rubbish bag collection. Photo: Edmond So
One of the short-term goals of environment minister Wong Kam-sing is winning legislative approval to charge residents a small fee for rubbish bag collection. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong shoots for 2050 climate goals with measures on energy, electric vehicles and reducing waste

  • Environment minister hopes to get Legco to pass bill to charge residents for removal of trash bags
  • No concrete figures yet, but city ‘has potential to surpass earlier targets for renewable energy’

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
One of the short-term goals of environment minister Wong Kam-sing is winning legislative approval to charge residents a small fee for rubbish bag collection. Photo: Edmond So One of the short-term goals of environment minister Wong Kam-sing is winning legislative approval to charge residents a small fee for rubbish bag collection. Photo: Edmond So
One of the short-term goals of environment minister Wong Kam-sing is winning legislative approval to charge residents a small fee for rubbish bag collection. Photo: Edmond So
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