42-Day Cleanup Yung Shue Wan Harbourfront

For 42 days in 2014 Living Lamma and numerous volunteers spent a few hours each day picking up rubbish, trash, garbage and all kinds of waste from Yung Shue Wan harbourfront, to restore some of the beauty of this “bay of banyan trees” 21 September – 2 November 2014 North Lamma Community Effort     […]

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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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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 […]

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Letter: ERM Study Trip to Lamma 2014

ERM Study Trip to Lamma Wednesday 11th June 2014 Dear Ronald, To get the most out of your trip, we’d like you see what residents and visitors see. We have, therefore, prepared some questions for you to contemplate on your way over. How many items are sold in glass bottles at the ferry pier? What […]

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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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Lamma Quarry EIA Response 21 March 2014

OBJECTION to the  ‘Planning and Engineering Study on Future Land Use at Ex-Lamma Quarry Area at Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island – Feasibility Study’‏ LETTER Hong Kong Island & Islands Development Office, Civil Engineering & Development Department, 13/F North Point Government Offices, 333, Java Road, North Point Hong Kong 21st March 2014 To whom it may […]

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Cleanup Diary: 17 March 2014

Cleanup at Pak Kok beach, Lamma Island with Sear Rogers International School (SRIS). The kids are great, but really they should not have to witness this rubbish! Before the cleanup, the kids were briefed on the outcome of the Brand on the Beach cleanups and asked to find ways to reduce their plastic consumption. When […]

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