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Organisation Contributions
Sinopec Century Bright Capital Investment Ltd.
Coastal Cleanup by Sinopec Century Bright Capital Investment Ltd.
Sinopec (Hong Kong) Limited Hong Kong Beach and Country Park Concerning Group
Sinopec (Hong Kong) Limited Hong Kong Beach and Country Park Concerning Group
Sinopec (Hong Kong) Limited and “Hong Kong Beach and Country Park Concerning Group” organised a coastal Cleanup at Tung Lung Island of Sai Kung on 13 June 2020.

“Hong Kong Beach and Country Park Concerning Group” Facebook Page (in Chinese only): https://www.facebook.com/HKBCPCG/
Wakaka Learning
Wakaka Beach Clean Up
Wakaka Beach Clean Up
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Super Typhoon Mangkhut smashed in September of 2018 and left a chaotic mess of debris. Mike Chau, a villager residing on Lamma Island, filmed months of voluntary cleanups by enthusiastic citizens. Many of the new generations have been inspired in the course and have committed themselves to an eco-friendly lifestyle.

Lamma Island after Mangkhut (19 Sep 2018)

Lamma Island cleanup by volunteers (22-23 Sep 2018)

Mangkhut Before and After

Cleanup at Tung O Wan, Lamma (12-14 Oct 2018)

Sharing by volunteers of cleanup after Mangkhut (15 Dec 2018)

Cleanup at Tung O Wan, Lamma in chilling gale (29 Dec 2018)

“A Letter a Day to Keep the Plastic Away” Campaign
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The honours project of the HKBU Journalism Department 2018
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APCO Worldwide
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A team of volunteers from consulting firm APCO Worldwide was in action to protect the beautiful shorelines in Hong Kong. The team had a very rewarding experience with the beach cleanup at Stanley, followed by robust discussions on the cause and impact of marine pollution to the community, and what corporates can do.
Hong Kong Sustainable Campus Consortium
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Joint campaign by eight universities to reduce plastic straws

City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Baptist University, Lingnan University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The Education University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and The University of Hong Kong will launch a joint environmental campaign “UNIfy: Skip the Straw” on March 12 signifying the joint efforts of to reduce plastic waste.

The universities will hold a “No Straw Week” or “No Straw Day” on their campuses during the week of March 12-16 to encourage the avoidance of using disposable plastic straws.

[The event website]
Association for Sha Tau Kok Culture and Ecology
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Association for Sha Tau Kok Culture and Ecology held its first large-scale cleaning event in Lai Chi Wo [Beautiful Coastal Operation - Lai Chi Wo] on January 1, 2018. The Association, in collaboration with a number of cooperative organizations, recruited nearly 200 volunteer friends to work on the Clean Coast Campaign. For details, please refer to the Press Release and activity Facebook website (Available in Chinese only).
Alex Roberts of Japanese International School
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Everyone can take a step to protect the ocean marine environment. Alex studying in P2 not only did a beach clean in his time off school, he made a poster to share the experience and invite his fellows to take action.
Coastal Conservation Hong Kong
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The Coastal Conservation Hong Kong organised a beach cleanup at Kat O of Ap Chau on 22/4 to celebrate the Earth Day 2017. [Details] (In Chinese only)
搞乜東東
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This Christmas, NGO「搞乜東東」prepared a special gift to the nature. A team of 45 volunteers conducted a beach cleanup at Shek Pai Wan of Lamma on the Christmas Eve, inspiring citizens to reduce the use of disposable plastics in daily life. Visit their blog for the details. (Available in Chinese only)
Ocean Recovery Alliance
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Ocean Recovery Alliance hosts the Grate Art: Art for Awareness, a community art program to raise public awareness about protecting the ocean. Collaborating with seven leading local and Chinese artists, the Hong Kong charity will install ceramic art tiles on pavements above storm drains throughout the Southern District of Hong Kong. Please visit the Facebook for details.
Last Straw Movement
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A number of green groups concerning the marine environment jointly initiate the Last Straw Movement. The program aims at reducing plastic waste by encouraging local bars to offer biodegradable straw in replacement to plastic straw.
WWF- Hong Kong
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To help visualize the importance of keeping litter out of the marine environment and give people tips on how to reduce waste, the Coastal Watch team will be releasing its first Marine Litter Educational Leaflet. With its fun illustrations and simple explanations, the leaflet describes the sources of marine litter and its consequences on marine life. It also explains ten practical ways to effectively reduce garbage in the marine environment. The first batch of both English and Chinese versions is now ready for collection for free at more than 10 locations. Suevey Result may also be downloaded from Coastal Watch’s website.
ViuTV
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Challenge at Lap Sap Wan (SE7EN, Episode 9) The production team of SE7EN program and enthusiastic volunteers cleared the marine refuse on Lap Sap Wan of Shek O.

Online playback (Cantonese narration only)
WWF- Hong Kong
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The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club
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Ecozine / HK CLEANUP
Hong Kong's first Zero Waste Corporate Challenge
Actions for Pleasant Nature
Cleanup at Tung Lung Island
HK's Clean Up Crew's
Cleanup at Siu A Chau
WWF- Hong Kong
Coastal Watch Kick Off Ceremony
Hong Kong Cleanup, Ecozine, and The Nature Conservancy
Poster of ‘Face of Litter’ campaign
Thinking about face the problem of littering with the aid of cutting-edge technology? The Hong Kong Cleanup, in partnership with Ecozine and The Nature Conservancy, is launching the ‘Face of Litter’, a science-based awareness campaign. Litters at key locations in Hong Kong was collected for DNA analysis. The data were used to create a visual representation of the person who has littered. For details, please visit the website or watch ‘The Face of Litter’ online video.
WWF - Hong Kong
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WWF-Hong Kong’s Coastal Watch Project Makes a Big Splash!
Student Environmental Protection Ambassador Scheme ─ Marine Conservation, Cleaner and Greener Shorelines programme
ecobus
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Living Lamma
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Living Lamma
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Cathay Pacific Airways
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Drainage Services Department - DSD Staff Club, Volunteers Team & Green Champion
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Living Lamma
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Living Lamma
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Hong Kong Baptist University – BU Greenies (BUGS)
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Ocean Park / Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong
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WWF - Hong Kong
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