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(from the right) Gavin Edward, Director, Conservation; Jovy Chan, Senior Sustainable Seafood Programme Officer; Dr Allen To, Assistant Manager of Footprint Programme; C.W. Cheung, Senior Head of Climate & Footprint Programmes from WWF-Hong Kong announced the findings of a market survey on Hong Kong Supermarket Groups Investigating the Mislabelling of Seafood Products.

Major Hong Kong Supermarket Groups Fail to Provide Sufficient and Accurate Information on Seafood Products Consumers are being misled and overcharged for mislabelled seafood

Today, WWF published new research detailing serious flaws in the transparency and reliability of information presented on the packaging of seafood ...

08 Dec 2016 Read more »
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An opportunity to drive sustainable trade and consumption in Hong Kong

Hong Kong consumes an enormous amount of biological resources. On a per capita basis, our use of renewable natural resources ranks second in Asia and ...

07 Dec 2016 Read more »

WWF's response to H5N6 Avian Influenza Virus Case in Mai Po Nature Reserve

WWF-Hong Kong was informed by the Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department (AFCD) and the University of Hong Kong’s (HKU) researchers on 2 ...

05 Dec 2016 Read more »
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WWF announced findings of of its brownfield study

Approval rate of brownfield applications rose to almost 90 pc in 15 years

A new study conducted by WWF-Hong Kong shows that, despite the persistent decline in the growth of the logistic sector, the number of applications to ...

01 Dec 2016 Read more »

WWF'S MISSION

 

For Truly Global Conservation Impact

We organize our work around these six areas

Water & Wetlands

Oceans

Climate & Energy

Wildlife

Biodiversity & Sustainability in Hong Kong 

Community Engagement & Education

 

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OUR PROJECTS

Discoving Biodiversity in Hong Kong Wetlands

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