"Join Hands for a Low Carbon Future"
To combat climate change and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Hong Kong, the Government proposes a series of GHG reduction measures and a voluntary carbon intensity reduction target.
We earnestly request you to provide your views on the proposals as detailed in the consultation document. Please see below:
Please complete the questionnaire above and return to us before 31 December 2010 by mail, electronic mail or facsimile to the following:
|Mailing Address :||Environmental Protection Department
Cross-boundary & International Division
Climate Change Policy Co-ordination Section
33/F, Revenue Tower
5 Gloucester Road
|E-mail Address :||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fax No. :||2838 2155|
The consultation document is available at the offices of the Environmental Protection Department, Public Libraries and the Public Enquiry Service Centres of the Home Affairs Department. When returning by mail, you can use the postage paid questionnaire in the consultation document or in the leaflet. No postage stamp necessary if posted in Hong Kong.
Consultancy Study of Climate Change
The Environmental Protection Department commissioned a consultancy study in 2008 to review and update the local inventories of greenhouse gas emissions and removals; assess the impacts of climate change on Hong Kong; and recommend long-term strategies and measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as to adapt to the unavoidable effects of climate change. The Consultants have carried out a series of topical studies and taken into account views of major stakeholders expressed at technical workshops. The consultancy study was concluded in early December 2010.
The consultation document presents the proposals drawn up from the consultancy study on climate change in Hong Kong.
Further Documents related to the Public Consultation
Submission to the Legislative Council’s Panel on Environment Affairs - “Public Consultation on Hong Kong's Climate Change Strategy and Action Agenda (and Annex)”
Submission to the Legislative Council’s Panel on Environment Affairs – “Proposal to Increase the Share of Nuclear Power in the Fuel Mix”