Decarbonising Hong Kong in the Areas of Energy, Transport and Consumption
Hong Kong should increase its supply of zero-carbon energy, cut down on car trips and reduce meat consumption. These are some of the suggestions floated by experts on how to decarbonise the city at a seminar on 26 August, as Hong Kong policymakers embark on the process of formulating a long-term decarbonisation strategy up to 2050. Joseph Law, CLP Power’s Senior Director of Planning and Development, and Simon Ng, Business Environment Council’s Director of Policy and Research, discussed the strategies that the power and transport sector could adopt to reduce emissions. Meanwhile, Edwin Lau, The Green Earth’s Founder and Executive Director, shared his insights on ways individuals can modify their habits to help reduce Hong Kong’s carbon footprint.
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