SCMP report: ‘Hong Kong is destroying itself’

Residents urged to clean up their act as city faces unprecedented waste deluge PUBLISHED : Saturday, 16 July, 2016, 10:02am UPDATED : Saturday, 16 July, 2016, 10:02am News›Hong Kong›Health & Environment Rachel Blundy rachel.blundy@scmp.com Environmentalists insist Hongkongers must reduce household waste to save their city Environmentalists have renewed their calls for Hongkongers to reduce their household […]

Read More »

Cleanup Diary: 25 Oct 2015

Italian Chamber of Commerce cleans up Lamma Island Just finished a fab clean up at Yung Shue Wan with a team from the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. All to help the Hong Kong Cleanup. What a lovely bunch of people, who tackled what looked at first glance like a clean beach, but […]

Read More »

Lamma Farming & New Agricultural Policy 30 March 2015

Living Lamma’s Response to the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department’s request for responses to new agricultural policy Once upon a time on Lamma, not very long ago… What happened to our agricultural land?  Same field, six years later, below What happened to our ponds and streams? What is happening to our beaches?   Living Lamma […]

Read More »

Cleanup Diary: 31 October 2014

Cleanup of Yung Shue Wan with Banyan House Bringing kids to the beach should not be all about rubbish, but equally, we cannot bring them up to ignore the problem. When I started cleaning the beach at Yung Shue Wan, I could hear mothers walking past with their kids telling them it was too dirty […]

Read More »

Cleanup Diary: 28 September 2014

Cleanup at Pak Kok in support of Hong Kong Cleanup. Each time I organise a cleanup, I put up notices, but I’m never quite sure how many people will come. On the way to Pak Kok Beach that morning, I felt a sense of hopelessness. I was on my own and there was an awful […]

Read More »