This checklist is designed to assist decision makers to assess the biodiversity value of a study area, and arrive at a decision framework outlined in the context of the wider plans for conservation of biodiversity in Hong Kong. The decision checklist follows the framework outlined in Protecting Sites of Ecological Value: A Guide for Decisionmakers, [...]
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This paper aims to assist the decision-makers and admiistrators responsible for protecting Hong Kong’s biodiversity. It does so by setting out the purpose of the protected areas network, creating a simple framework that identifies the broader context and sets out the specific details needed to make informed decisions about conservation. | Download full report | [...]
The Hong Kong government announced in early June that the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) has been formally extended to Hong Kong. Under the Convention, each member must draft and implement a Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (BSAP). This presents a new opportunity to integrate biodiversity and conservation into the wider policy agenda. To do [...]
Civic Exchange has suggested three principal environmental issues for the Chief Executive’s 2011 Policy Address which are reducing air pollution, nature conservation & management of rural land, and climate change and energy policy. Click here to download the paper and the appendixes. English Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Appendix 3 Appendix 4
By Civic Exchange The Framework Agreement is the first stage of implementation of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)’s consultation document The Outline of the Plan for the Reform and Development of the Pearl River Delta 2008-20202 (The Outline), which was released in December 2008.
Ms Christine Loh was one of the speakers at the Biomimicry Forum in Netherlands with the theme of “Innovation Inspired by Nature”. The forum focused on practical applications for radical energy and resource conservation, ecological design, education, sustainable business, bio-architecture, green chemistry, bio-agriculture, bioremediation, mycotech nology, and other breakthrough practices of nature-inspired science, business and [...]
Text below; original article at http://www.himalayanconsensus.org/articles/the-himalayan-life-force
Women in Publishing Society Hong Kong organises a talk by Christine Loh on “Environmental Protection: Making the Right Decisions for Hong Kong”.
CUPEM (The University of Hong Kong), Department of Geography (Hong Kong Baptist University), Department of Geography & Resource Management (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Citizen Envisioning@Harbour co-organised a discussion session on examining reclamationand harbour planning in Hong Kong. Christine Loh will be speaking about the Protection of the Harbour Bill.
Raynor Shaw & Bernie Owen (design Ken Can-yuan Li) For a copy of the pamphlet, please contact us at (852) 2893 0213.