Join the Country Parks Appreciation Day on December 13:
Post a selfie or several in a park, tag with #SaveOurCountryParks
The Save Our Country Parks Alliance - which includes Hong Kong Outdoors - is calling on everyone to be counted in opposing the voices who seek the use of country parks for development and infrastructure.
Visit any country park on 13 December, and post a selfie photo or video tagged #SaveOurCountryParks on Instagram, your Facebook timeline, Twitter, WeChat, YouTube, …
Volunteers at entrances to most country parks will remind/help visitors take and post selfies on 13 December. They'll also be counting visitors to country parks, to indicate their popularity with Hong Kong people: these are "our" country parks, not for luxury housing development and profiteering.
While if you'd like to help from 8am to noon, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out which entrances could use volunteers.
[I'll probably be at Wanchai Gap in the morning, helping with "flagship" event for media, hopefully including realtime updates from around HK...]
For more details, please visit the Save Our Country Parks website or Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/saveourcountryparks/]; you could also "join" the Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1065625156805677/ .
Info too on the Hong Kong Outdoors Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HKOutdoors/
Hope you'll take part in some way, and have a great day!
The “Save Our Country Parks Alliance” includes green, hiking and other concern groups who seek to safeguard Hong Kong’s Country Parks.
Members: Ark Eden, Association for Geoconservation, Hong Kong, Clear the Air, Designing Hong Kong, Eco-Sys Action, Environmental Life Science Society, SS, HKUSU, Friends of Hoi Ha, Friends of Sai Kung, Friends of Tai Long Wan, Friends of the Earth (Hong Kong), Green Community, Green Lantau Association, Green Power, Green Sense, Greeners Action, Greenpeace, HKWildlife.net, Hong Kong Bird Watching Society, Hong Kong Cycling Alliance, Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society, Hong Kong Outdoors, Lantau Buffalo Association, Living Islands Movement, Living Lamma, Living Seas Hong Kong, Sai Kung Tai Long Wan Concern Group, Society of Hong Kong Nature Explorers, The Conservancy Association, WWF-Hong Kong.
Partners: Hong Kong Hiking Meet Up, Save Lantau Alliance, TrailWatch.