Canadian-HK Business Luncheon with the Secretary for the Environment Mr. Kam-Sing WongOctober 12, 2018, 12:00-14:00The China Club, 13/F, The Old Bank of China Building
Bank Street, Central
Hong Kong SAR, ChinaMember Price: HKD 680Non-Member Price: HKD 780
Bank Street, Central
Hong Kong SAR, China
The Sustainable Development Committee of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce
cordially invite you to a luncheon event in honour of
the Secretary for the Environment Mr. Kam-Sing Wong
About the Event:
Tackling climate change requires collective global efforts. Apart from close collaboration at the local, regional, national and international levels, active participation of the whole community in carbon reduction is also crucial. The Hong Kong government has been playing a role in these continual efforts over the years through formulating policies, setting new carbon reduction targets and committing to action plans. In addition, the Government has also been encouraging the local community to engage and participate towards a common goal of transforming Hong Kong into a climate-ready city.
In this luncheon talk, The Honorary Wong Kam-sing, GBS, JP, Secretary for the Environment of the HKSAR Government will share with us his views for Hong Kong’s low carbon future and how Hong Kong’s business leaders can participate to lead Hong Kong towards a low carbon future.
About the Speaker:
Mr KS Wong was born in 1963 and graduated from the Department of Architecture of the University of Hong Kong. He received further education on sustainable built environment in the postgraduate program from the University of British Columbia in Canada. He assumed the post of the Secretary for the Environment of the HKSAR Government on 1 July 2012.
During his tenure as the Secretary for the Environment, Mr Wong has launched a number of environmental policy blueprints, including “A Clean Air Plan for Hong Kong”, the “Hong Kong Blueprint for Sustainable Use of Resources 2013-2022”, the “Energy Saving Plan for Hong Kong’s Built Environment 2015~2025+”, the “Hong Kong Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan 2016-2021” and the “Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2030+”.
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