Sustainability: No time to waste

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With mega infrastructure projects in the pipeline and limited policy progress, it begs the question: Is Hong Kong serious about sustainability?

Hong Kong is no longer a manufacturing powerhouse, but that doesn’t mean it has gone green.

We speak to the actors at the forefront of Hong Kong's drive to become a more sustainable city. 

 

Who we spoke to in this edition:

  • Vanessa Cheung, Founder, The Mills & Group Managing Director, Nan Fung Development Ltd
  • Antoine Grange, CEO Recycling and Recovery, SUEZ Asia
  • Christine Loh, Chief Development Strategist, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
  • Simon Mak, CEO, Friends of the Earth (HK)
  • Gilles Marino, Managing Director (South Asia), Clestra Hauserman
  • Barry Quek, Head Chef, Beet restaurant (Piccolo Concepts)
  • Dr Raymond Yau, General Manager, Technical Services & Sustainable Development, Swire Properties

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