Tonnes of nutrient-rich seaweed that washes up on Hong Kong beaches every spring is collected by urban services, loaded on to trucks and hauled off to landfills in big (more…)
In Hong Kong, we know typhoons but we don’t know Yolanda.
Many of our friends and families are severely affected. We found a few ways to support our neighbors in need. Donate or deposit – the choice is yours …
The following freight forwarding companies are collecting goods which will be sent directly to charitable institutions, including the Philippine Red Cross, GMA Kapuso Foundation and ABS-CBN Foundation.
AFreight regional head Susan Lozano says items needed are canned and other ready- to-eat food and drinking water … “Let’s not send them used clothing because these would only delay the shipments.”
Continue reading “To the Philippines with love from HK”
I a truly inspired awareness campaign, the WWF has entered Ruby, a Chinese White Dolphin, into the Miss Hong 2013 beauty pageant. Ruby represents the last remaining pod (more…)
Room S421, Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai The public are invited to “participate, actively deliberate, understand the current status of waste management thermal technologies (more…)
Public Consultation on Glass Recycling – deadline May 6, 2013 The government has decided to make glass recycling a priority for Hong Kong as they finally recognize that (more…)
Hong Kong has over 200 islands with hundreds of beaches. This is the story of Pak Kok. A team of local volunteers cleans this beach every 4-6 weeks … (more…)
Watch the award-winning documentary “Black Gold” over coffee prepared by Virginia, Chairman of Hong Kong Coffee Culture Exchange Association and discuss what this means for the coffee industry (more…)
This form is for use by Hong Kong Cleanup Volunteers to share cleanup activities in Hong Kong. Submit HK heartbeat membership is free with our simple registration process, (more…)