Learning from Europe: binning Marine Litter
Summer is the peak season for marine litter in Hong Kong.
The missing pieces in Hong Kong’s 2030+ growth plan
It is high time for Hong Kong to act if it wants to avoid becoming a city that lags behind others.
Becoming resource role models for our children
People often talk about how human beings are overusing the Earth’s natural resources, but just how ...
“I believe that children are our future…”
Today, 4 April, is Children’s Day in Hong Kong – a day when we celebrate children, the future of ...
郊野公園不可侵 勿以「生態足印」取巧混淆視聽(Chinese version only)
Groupers: a delicacy in danger
The vast majority of people in Hong Kong love eating seafood. From a per capita perspective, our ...
How Can Renewable Energy Thrive in Hong Kong?
A half-day conference on 24 February organized by WWF-Hong Kong, Business Environment Council and ...
Much More Than an Hour Without Lights!
Every March, the iconic “60+” symbol of WWF’s annual Earth Hour campaign makes its appearance. ...
Partnering to educate a new green generation
WWF-Hong Kong believes that partners help us make the world a better place – partnerships allow us ...
Reinventing a New Year tradition: Let’s make wise seafood choices in the Year of the Rooster!
Chinese New Year is just around the corner! One of the long-standing traditions of this wonderful ...