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Public Engagement – a Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy for Hong Kong

Date, time & venue

2019-07-19;4:30pm - 5:30pm;Room 5-203, 5/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong

As a responsible member of the global community, Hong Kong is obliged to draw up its own long-term decarbonisation strategy up to 2050 by 2020, and review our climate change efforts every five years. The HKSAR
Government has therefore invited the Council for Sustainable Development to launch a territory-wide public engagement exercise to gauge the views of the public and different stakeholders in formulating an aspirational yet
achievable deep decarbonisation strategy, charting practical pathways, and mobilising stronger climate mitigation actions across different sectors of the society, thereby contributing to the global decarbonisation effort.
Following the launch of the public engagement on 14 June 2019, this briefing session aims to engage the society to leverage their expertise and insights on possible climate mitigation actions to reduce carbon emissions in the Hong
Kong context. Discussion topics will include the transition towards low-carbon lifestyles, reducing energy use and further decarbonising electricity generation and the development of low carbon transport, amongst others.

Speaker’s Bios:
Ms. CHOW, Senior Project Manager, has been involved in various sustainability-related research and planning consultancy works with solid experiences in organising community participatory activities, conducting workshops and charettes and providing training
for NGOs, private sector and government departments. She has been a Chartered Town Planner of the Royal Town Planning Institute, the United Kingdom since 2008.

Mr. LEUNG, Assistant Project Manager, was trained as an urban planner and he has engaged in various research on urban renewal, sustainability reporting and resource efficient cities. He has also participated in a number of consultancy projects for international
organisations, such as the UNEP and the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED)

Registration & Enquiries
This seminar is free of charge* and prior registration is required.  On-line free registration is via,

For enquiries, please contact Dr Louis Liu at email: info@hkns.hk.

Details please refer to the event flyer





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