Reduce waste in fashion and remember to bring your own bag.
After a decade of organizing secondhand pop-ups, the time has come for our permanent shop to reduce textile waste and to offer accessible and fashionable ways to lessen (more…)
Hong Kong is a wildlife trafficking hub and current laws are not enough. Change could be coming, show your support and sign the petition to break the chain (more…)
Hollywood’s latest scary movie is all about saving some of the 100 million sharks slaughtered every year.
OceansAsia founder Gary Stokes has finally revealed the secret project he has been taking part in and it’s a real life scary shark movie. “Everybody does blame China, (more…)
Share your thoughts on the use of single use plastics in Hong Kong.
The HK government public consultation on on regulation of Disposable Plastic Tableware has started. The scheme proposes banning the local sale of disposable tableware with catering premises providing (more…)
Shop with heart this weekend and support those experiencing homelessness with friendship, food, shelter, education and employment opportunity.
ImpactHK has been given an opportunity to hold a market to raise money that will benefit those experiencing homelessness in Hong Kong. If you’re looking for a great (more…)
Hong Kong is a wildlife trafficking hub and current laws are not enough. Change is coming, show your support and sign the petition to break the chain and stop wildlife traffickers using our city.
A new AR mural campaign is raising awareness and gathering support for a proposed law to prosecute suspected illegal wildlife traffickers under Organised and Serious Crimes Ordinance that (more…)
Get out, document our local biodiversity and put Hong Kong on the urban nature map.
Contribute to our growing database of biodiversity by taking and uploading local wildlife photos in urban parks, neighbourhoods and countrysides. City Nature Challenge 2019 DATE : 30 April (more…)
Volunteer to deliver care where it’s need most in Hong Kong.
Despite the sense of cautious optimism in the air, many of Hong Kong’s citizens continue to suffer from the devastating impact of this past year and needs are (more…)