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.
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 ...
SupportHK 5 years and beyond
May 9, 2018
This year marks five years since SupportHK.org was launched as Hong Kong’s first and still only environmental petition platform. A lot has changed since then, including our logo! In addition, to stay up with the fast-changing ...
Stitching Waste from Runway to Retail
October 9, 2017
Written by Christina Dean – Founder, Redress Redress’ war on reducing textile waste in the fashion industry victoriously and stylishly raged on this month with our fight to drive the circular economy in apparel ...