Introduction to written submission regarding the Hong Kong government's Concept Plan for Lantau.
Hong Kong’s Rockit Music Festival just on in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Though only a couple of international bands this year (one a rapper with band – Princess Superstar; the other UK rock group Feeder), still a fun weekend –…
Meeting re Lantau with Selina Chow - then Legislative Councillor for New Territories West (inc Lantau), Executive Councillor, Chairman of Hong Kong Tourism Board etc etc.
Perhaps one other alternative we haven't considered is actually banning marine users from the favoured feeding areas of Great White Sharks.
An alternative to the Concept Plan for Lantau - with proposed projects that may actually be sustainable.
Why does "sustainable development" now seem a readily bandied about, abused term - deployed for developments that have little regard for our environment, or for people today, or for future generations?
I've long felt that at least a handful of Hong Kong's better villages should be preserved; tourism seems a possible way of supporting this.
19 groups including Hong Kong Outdoors showed "a rare show of unity", to produce a Joint Statement on Sustainable Development for Lantau.
WWF Hong Kong is taking full page advertisements in Hong Kong’s newspapers, asking the Government and the AFCD to explain why they have failed to provide responsible stewardship of Hong Kong’s fish resources.
I believe Lantau should be protected as a green jewel in the Pearl River Delta; this will be in tandem with promises made by the Hong Kong government since the 1970s.
Here is the plan for ark-eden, an immensely different development scenario for Lantau Island to that envisaged in the Concept Plan for Lantau; the originators are Neil McLaughlin, Paul Melsom, and Jenny Quinton. Instead of lots of concrete, there’s an…
Comments on the Concept Plan for Lantau (or "Concrete Plan for Lantau"?), submitted to the Lantau Development Task Force.