In 2017, ADMCF co-published a 100-page exploration of Hong Kong’s water landscape with Civic Exchange. The research, sponsored by the WYNG Foundation, sought to identify and elucidate the key challenges that continue to threaten Hong Kong’s long-term water security.
It provided a comprehensive review of more than two decades of government documentation, as well as independent reports and articles and shone a light on previously opaque issues. A few key findings included the previously unknown scale of private leakage, the need for tariff reform to drive demand-reduction, and the need for a robust water policy in Hong Kong.
Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Global, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines, Regional, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam
2019: Year in Review
June 15, 2020
I am writing this amidst the current global public health crisis. We’ve shut down our economies and moved indoors in response. At ADMCF, we have been reflecting on what we can learn from this challenging moment and the role of ...
Hong Kong, Regional
COVID-19 Lessons for Climate: Expect the Unimaginable and Prepare
April 7, 2020
I’ve been thinking these days about how we take this challenging moment, this public health crisis and consequent loss of life, our paralysed economies, and apply what we are learning to our equally urgent climate emergency. ...
Our Urban and Natural Environment Under Threat – How Petitions are Challenging the Status Quo
June 5, 2018
Since the launch of SupportHK in 2013, we have received a large number of petitions related to urban planning. In fact, two thirds of 111 petitions over this period, have been planning related. Notably, over the years, numerous ...