Some places in the countryside can be crowded nowadays, perhaps with queues waiting to start on trails.
A consideration of science suggests the reclamation plans, including for East Lantau Metropolis are foolhardy, even irresponsible.
Government Policy Not Followed; Waste Not Reduced - as Incineration Made Priority
Powerpoint presentation I gave at Inter-departmental Working Group on Clean Shorelines - Engagement Session with Community Groups meeting.
While climate change may have long seemed an issue for hardcore, tree-hugging environmentalists, concerns are spreading.
HK police procedure can't cope properly with baby birds from fallen nest.
There has been considerable brouhaha over Hong Kong’s waste strategy, especially plans to expand three landfills plus build an incinerator on an artificial island by Shek Kwu Chau – which passed two votes in the Legislative Council, but were then…
It now seems the country parks are under threat, through a potential surge in village housing in enclaves surrounded by country parks, and recent statements suggesting the government views protected land as ripe for development. Yet science shows they are invaluable.
I’m fascinated to look around Cape Town, partly as I’ve found it mentioned in a report on cities and biodiversity, according to which ecotourism is among the significant benefits Cape Town derives from the natural environment.
Typhoon Haiyan was among the strongest storms on record, and devastated a swathe of the Philippines. A storm surge was most damaging; and surges have hit Hong Kong.
Isn’t it okay to leave biodiversity to besuited conference attendees, and greenies who are overly fond of frogs?
Mai Po Marshes has become one of the world’s greatest wetland reserves – and a place I’ve come to know well over the years. Indeed, Mai Po was a key factor that enticed me to come and live in Hong…