Preserving Hong Kong’s history and culture has become a consensus in Hong Kong society. But, how could we help put this consensus into practice? And how can policy help?
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By Christine Loh, Andrew Lawson, Jonas Chau *Published by CLSA High Performance Buildings are set to play a central role in combating climate change as the most cost-effective and readily available means to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This report published by CLSA outlines the issues and opportunities associated with high performance in the building sector.
Christine Loh will deliver a speech entitled “A Pro-active Way Forward” Other topics and speakers include:
Christine Loh spoke at the 2nd Annual GreenBuild Asia Conference co-organised by Beacon Events and Facility Media.
Civic Exchange (Hong Kong) and AAM (Macau) jointly organised a seminar on “An introduction to ‘Climate Disruption’”.
By Civic Exchange Civic Exchange believes that mandatory Building Energy Codes (BECs) are essential if Hong Kong is to substantially reduce the energy requirements of its buildings. Voluntary measures have proven inadequate in bringing about the needed level of efficiency improvements.
Civic Exchange, Royal College of Arts (London), British Council and Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s School of Design co-organised a seminar on inclusive design.
Civic Exchange organised a half-day seminar focusing on innovative solutions for planning a vibrant and sustainable city lifestyle.
By Civic Exchange This User’s Guide aims to demystify Hong Kong’s town planning process, taking into account recently implemented changes to the Town Planning (Amendment) Ordinance (TPAO). The guide book will help Hong Kong people participate more effectively in the planning of Hong Kong. Click to download the report and press release.