A supermarket was recently criticised for selling a HK$950 bottle of water, when we shouldn’t be buying bottles of water at all.
Environmental groups are calling for eco-friendly alternatives to plastic umbrella covers.
Hong Kong remains one of the biggest consumers of this traditional Chinese dish, despite the cruelty, and the damage it does to our marine ecosystem.
Temperatures to increase by 2.5 to 10 degrees Celsius. More frequent droughts and heat waves. Sea levels rising by more than a metre... Is that the world you want to live in?
A flurry of long hair. A man in a puffy jacket, jeans, and trainers. He strolled up to our little band of activists, seized the mic, and addressed us, the students, directly.
Styrofoam takeaway containers, plastic bags, individually-wrapped strawberries ... life doesn’t need to be this way.
This past month, Hong Kong was tormented by reports of incoming winds from China, carrying not good luck or prosperity to start the year with, but smog.
Local chains are buying from sellers who could be destroying the ecosystem with their fishing practices – and they know it.
The problem of single-use plastic water bottles has long troubled environmentalists. However, society is looking at ways we can reverse this trend.
Let’s face it: Hong Kong has a serious addiction to plastic.