The government yesterday unveiled a three-year plan to charge citizens for waste disposal, in efforts to curb Hong Kong’s rate of waste production. That’s right. We’re going to drop cash to dispose of our trash. The charging scheme — modelled on existing, successful levies in Taipei and Seoul — would see Hongkongers paying HKD0.11 for every litre of rubbish produced.
A woman was recently arrested in Shenzhen when a Weibo user ousted her for having a very illegal diet of nationally-protected animals, one of which was a pangolin. A quick brief...
In 2015, Hong Kong authorities confiscated 1 million kilograms of endangered Madagascan rosewood, en route to a state-owned Chinese
To inject a little fun into proceedings, organisers encouraged participants to dress up for "cosplay" cleanups, and join in a celebratory dance at the end of each
It's like watching a really depressing colouring book getting filled
Get in Formation: Hundreds of kids and volunteers call for plastic-free seas by forming ‘Trashzilla’ on Hong Kong beach
They're gonna slay, slay, slay marine pollution all
Hey, remember when Hong Kong had four distinct(ish) seasons? We miss those
Prices for wholesale ivory in Hong Kong – the largest ivory retail market in the WORLD – have dropped 69% since
On Friday, local resident Moran Zukerman found 53 used medical syringes within an hour on Sam Pak Wan Beach in Discovery Bay. Zukerman, an Israeli...