While it may not seem immediately obvious, a remarkable thing happened in Hong Kong today when government departments gathered and invited public interest groups and individuals to share their ideas and address their concerns on the topic of coastal and marine pollution.
We are at the point of change.
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Living Lamma – Established to address the degradation of natural beauty and village character; concrete, metal fences, construction waste dumping on agricultural land > details
Environmental Protection Department – Public engagement for long-term strategy on environmental protection > details
WWF Hong Kong – Mission to stop and eventually reverse the accelerating degradation of our natural environment and to help build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature > details
HK Cleanup – Organizing regular cleanups, increasing awareness of importance of communities and advocating for change in public policy related to waste management > details
Ocean Recovery Alliance – Bringing together new technologies, solutions, ideas and projects to help with issues that negatively impact the health of the oceans > details
Designing Hong Kong – Local non-profit focused on sustainable urban planning > details
Hong Kong Outdoors – Information and advice on enjoying and protecting wild Hong Kong > details
Living Islands Movement – A South Lantau based community organization that promotes sustainable islands development > details
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society – Our team raises awareness about threats to our oceans with stories of crimes against the environment on the high seas. > details
Save Aberdeen Harbour Alliance – Uniting people committed to creating sustainable solutions to tons of rubbish thrown into the waters and carried out to sea > details
Lam Ki Chi from Ying Wa Primary School
The government team
A selection of slides from the event