Hong Kong government’s three-step plan to ban ivory trade by 2021 received go-ahead from the Chief Executive in Council, and the legislature amendments will be tabled before the Legislative Council
A small sampan manoeuvres between the fishing boats moored in the Cheung Chau typhoon shelter, while a small shrimp net is dropped over the bows to retrieve a modest catch of floating refuse.
HONG Kong authorities reported the city’s first Zika virus infection yesterday, which they described as an imported case of the disease blamed for birth defects.
HONG Kong’s leader yesterday blamed a huge rise in rubbish blighting the city’s beaches on refuse washed ashore after heavy rain and floods from the mainland, and pledged talks with authorities to
Hong Kong has called for an end to local ivory trading within five years, a move activists hailed as significant given the financial hub's reputation as a wildlife trafficking blackspot, while call
People living in places with wildly swinging temperatures are more vulnerable to health problems such as heart attacks, respiratory ailments, and increased heart rate, blood pressure and cholestero
Few studies have assessed long-term effects of particulate matter (PM) with aerodynamic diameter
Green groups say the Hong Kong government is failing to meet the 2020 Aichi Biodiversity Targets set by the UN Convention on Biological Diversity
Global warming might cause 7.3 million cubic metres of water to dry up every year by the turn of the century
Singapore is still the world's most expensive place to live, while China's Hong Kong has moved up seven places in the ranking into joint second place with Zurich, according to the Economist Intelli
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