Should we ban Disposable Plastic Tableware?
August 26, 2021
In light of the government’s recently announced ban on disposable plastic tableware, ADMCF’s Ashley Bang was invited to share insights from her Eat Without Waste research at Green Drinks. Along with Edwin Lau from The Green ...
The Animals have a Reason to Celebrate, Hong Kong’s Historic Mandate to Pursue Wildlife Criminals
August 26, 2021
Sophie le Clue
In November 2020, we published a blog entitled: Will Hong Kong Finally Recognise Wildlife Crime as Serious and Organized? nineteen months later, that question has finally been answered – Yes. On August 18th Hong Kong’s ...
6th IPCC Report Urges Swift Action on Climate
August 13, 2021
This week the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued its sixth assessment report (AR6), which is an urgent call to action. The report confirms that atmospheric CO2 levels are higher than at any time in at least 2 ...
#BeTheChange: Tipping the Scales
August 12, 2021
“In recent years, researchers estimate a pangolin was poached every 21 minutes to fuel the illegal trade in Hong Kong alone. Globally, a pangolin is poached from the wild every 5 minutes.” #BetheChange: Tipping the ...
2020: Significant hardship and profound change
August 3, 2021
In 2020, we marked 14 years since ADMCF’s launch and with this, our latest Annual Report, we detail our work over the year and the support received by so many of you. This has not been a usual time, however, and we capture in ...
ADM Capital 2020 Sustainability Report
July 27, 2021
2020 was an exceptionally challenging year. As COVID-19 ripped through our communities and our economies, the pandemic’s cost, measured in human life, job losses and dramatic disruptions to hundreds of millions of lives ...
Break The Chain – Street Art and Augmented Reality Re-wilding the Streets of Hong Kong
July 10, 2021
Today ADMCF and A.L.A.N, a collective art group, launch a street art campaign to alert the public to global illegal wildlife trade and build support for passage of a bill to aid the investigation of criminals behind the ...
RTHK Podcast: 返回 Trash Talk with Helga Vanthournout – How to reduce single-use containers
June 29, 2021
RTHK’s latest episode of Trash Talk features Helga Vanthournout, Senior Advisor for Eat Without Waste and her latest efforts on how to reduce the amount of single-use containers created in Hong Kong, especially during the ...
All-in: demand a comprehensive producer responsibility for Hong Kong’s beverage packaging waste
May 16, 2021
A terrific new plan has appeared on EPD’s policy horizon: a producer responsibility scheme (PRS) for plastic beverage containers. The plan’s intent is good, and its overall outline is solid. I take, however, issue with its ...
Bring your own food container, or let Hong Kong drown under waste that could fill 48 IFC buildings
March 20, 2021
Having doubled during the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong’s appetite for takeaway meals has produced more disposable packaging waste than the city is equipped to deal with. The city’s culture of convenience has made consumers ...
TLFF mentioned in Blended Finance report
November 26, 2020
The TLFF I transaction is included among the case studies in the Blended Finance Task Force’s Better Finance Better Food report, which was released this past week. The case study describes the Tropical Landscapes Finance ...
Will Hong Kong Finally Recognise Wildlife Crime as Serious and Organised?
November 19, 2020
Sophie le Clue
On November 2nd, ADMCF in conjunction with the Hong Kong University Law faculty released a white paper that outlined the rationale and mechanisms for Hong Kong to make a step change and treat wildlife crime in the city as the ...