“Luncheon Talk at HKPC” is organized for the Staff Recreation Club of HKPC. Christine Loh is invited and will talk about the life/work of an independent think tank entitled “Civic Exhange – Life and Work of a Think Tank”.
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FTI Newsletter – The world’s first real time tracker of the public health impacts and dollar cost of air pollution In order to communicate to the public the underlying health risks caused by existing levels of air pollution, Civic Exchange worked with Professor Hedley’s team at HKU to launch the Hedley Environmental Index (the Index). [...]
Organised by DotAsia Organisation Ltd., NetMission Ambassadors Program aims to foster young netizens to address global challenges. Twenty-five NetMission Ambassadors, chosen from 100 applicants among top Universities in Hong Kong, will go through a series of training, exchange tours and workshops to address the issues of digital divide, Internet governance and harmony on the Internet.
By Eric Cheng and Roy Luo …After many years of researching the correlation between air pollutants and related health impacts, Professor Hedley recognized the need to close the gap between generating scientific evidence and communicating the risks. The Hedley Environmental Index, using objective and peer-reviewed research, simultaneously educates the public and senior decision-makers in the [...]
Christine will present on the overview of the issues media companies might/should be thinking about in setting their green agendas.
Earth Champions Foundation in conjunction with Civic Exchange has pleasure inviting you to attend the official launch of the Hong Kong Earth Champions Quest.
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology organises its “Environment Week” between 2 June and 6 June. On 6 June 2008, Christine Loh will join their panel discussion session on “Linking University Initiatives to the Community”.
The University of Hong Kong organised a book sharing session at the Main Library and has invited Christine Loh to be the speaker of the session.
American Chamber of Commerce organised a luncheon meeting. Professor John Nagle, Notre Dame Law School and Visiting Fulbright Scholar, The University of Hong Kong was the speaker. Christine Loh was the discussion moderator.
Yanyan YIP attended Asia Society 21 Young Leaders’ Summit in Singapore.