The Art of Awareness

YHKCC students visit Hung Sing Yeh Tuesday 26 June 2018 Thirty Year 10 and Year 11 students from the YMCA of Hong Kong Christian College (YHKCC) in Tung Chung visited Lamma as part of Service Outreach activities exploring pollution issues in Hong Kong. Paul Wong led the expedition to Lamma’s most popular gazetted beach at […]

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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 […]

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Letter: Legco re. trees 2014

Letter to Legco Panel on Environmental Affairs (trees) May 2014 Dear Legco Members: I have attached our report on trees from October 2012. We have been communicating with various different departments on this since 2010, but just see buck-passing and little change to address the problems raised in the paper. The 2012 version was updated […]

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2013 District Plan For Better Waste Management

Waste Management in Hong Kong A District Planning Approach Presented to KS Wong by Living Lamma 7thJuly 2013 Strategy is not a Problem 2013: Blueprint for Sustainable use of Resources 2005: A Policy Framework for the Management of Municipal Solid Waste (2005T2014) 1995: Lamma Conservancy Association Community Waste Minimisation Plan 1993: Government Review of 1989 […]

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Lamma Sewage System 22 April 2013

Brief regarding item *IV. 355DS: Outlying Islands sewerage, stage 2 – Lamma village sewerage phase 2 Submitted to the Legco Panel on Environmental Affairs Meeting Living Lamma is a registered society concerned with improving the environment on Lamma through cleaning up rubbish and dumping and improving the design of public facilities.   In February 2010, we […]

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Notes for visit by CEDD to Lamma 11 December 2012

Notes AIMS To demonstrate opportunities for community improvement through planting and better tree care (including the proper treatment of green waste) BACKGROUND Lamma Island’s main village, Yung Shue Wan, has become shabby. Derelict construction, insensitive concrete pouring, poor maintenance, graffiti, and a lack of landscaping mar the quaint village-scape, which should greet visitors to the […]

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Meeting: EPD & Islands District Office, 7 June 2012

Meeting to discuss pilot recycling scheme and recycling on Lamma Conference Room, Harbour Building Attendees From Living Lamma: Jo Wilson, Nick Bilcliffe, Fiona Donnelley From Environmental Protection Department: Dr Ellen Chan, AD(EI), Mr Michael Lui, S(WF)4, Mr Stephen Siu, S(WM)2 From Islands District Office: Timothy TAM, Assistant District Officer, Ken CHENG, Liaison Officer i/c (Peng […]

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