Decarbonising Hong Kong in the Areas of Energy, Transport and Consumption

August 26, 2019, 16:00-18:30
Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre
95 Queensway, Hong Kong, Admiralty
Hong Kong
Member Price: HKD 280
Non-Member Price: HKD 580


As with other places around the world, Hong Kong faces multiple climate-related threats, which include among other things, rising temperatures and extreme weather conditions. As part of the international effort to address climate change, Hong Kong has embarked on the process of formulating its own long-term decarbonisation strategy up to 2050 by next year following the Mainland's accession to the 2016 Paris Agreement.

The Council for Sustainable Development is currently gathering views as part of a public engagement exercise to help draw up a decarbonisation strategy for Hong Kong and has identified three key areas for public discussion: 

1.   Transition Towards a Low-Carbon Society 
2.   Reducing Energy Use and Further Decarbonising Electricity Generation 
3.   Low Carbon Transport in a Smart City


About the Speakers:

Joseph Law
CLP Power's Senior Director (Planning & Development)

Joseph Law is responsible for corporate planning and strategy, tariff and regulatory management, commercial projects development as well as innovation activities of CLP Power Hong Kong Limited. Coming from a banking background, he has been in the energy sector for the past 18 years.


Simon Ng
Business Environment Council's Director (Policy & Research)

Simon Ng is the Director of Policy & Research at the Business Environment Council. He is responsible for BEC's work on policy advocacy, thought leadership development, and collaborative research on various environmental issues that BEC focuses on. He has over 20 years of experience in academic/policy research, project management and stakeholder's engagement.


Edwin Lau
Green Earth's Founder and Executive Director

Edwin Lau is the Founder and Executive Director of The Green Earth. He has been actively engaged in environmental protection work since the late 80s. During the period, he placed great concern on several pressing environmental topics, e.g. waste management, air pollution, climate change and energy conservation.


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