“What can Hong Kong do about air pollution in the short and longer-term?” - Dinner Talk by Christine Loh on September 14
Civic Exchange conitnued to play and important role in advocating and educating the public on the sources, levels, health impacts and possible solutions to Hong Kong's worsening air quality. Cooperating with prominent international think tanks and specialists, Civic Exchange is a leading research institute in the study of air pollution problem in Hong Kong. In Sep 2006, long before the HKSAR Government issued the consultation paper on "Clean Air, Clear Choice", the think tank had already published a comprehensive report titled "An Air Management Plan for Hong Kong" listing possible solutions and steps the HKSAR Government should consider to take.
We have no choice on the air we breathe. Air quality is a issue of all Hong Kong citizens, and it is acute. There are a lot to be done ahead and we should do much more than sitting and talking. We deeply wish that this dinner talk will be more than a talk in just one night and it will enhance your understanding and awareness of the issue.
Here are the details of the Dinner Talk:
Date: 14 September 2007 (Friday)
Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Venue: East Lake Restaurant, 4/F, Pearl City, 22-36 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay
Fee: HK$180 (Members); HK$220 (Non-members), Chinese dinner included.
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The map below shows the position of the venue. Should you have any enquiries, please call Mr. Allen Fung at 9256-1821.