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 ...
Launching Hong Kong’s First Renewable Energy Certificate
The burning of fossil fuels to generate electricity is Hong Kong’s primary source of greenhouse gas ...
Innovations in Environmental Education Helping students learn by employing multiple perspectives
Learning is a lifelong process. When we talk about learning about the environment, the ideal type ...
這個冬天不太冷 ─ 冬季動物下篇 (Chinese only)
Symposium on Deep Bay Wetland Conservation
For a relatively small city Hong Kong has an incredibly rich biodiversity, especially in our ...
這個聖誕不太冷 ─ 冬季動物上篇(Chinese version only)
Asian investors should prepare for fall of big oil Fossil-fuel assets face devaluation as climate warms and electric cars spread
Climate change is an unprecedented global challenge for humanity, one that will cause catastrophic ...