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Carbon Neutrality Partnership

Carbon Neutrality Partnership

Hong Kong's Climate Action Plan 2050 sets out the Government's vision of "Zero-carbon Emissions • Liveable City • Sustainable Development", and outlines four major decarbonisation strategies and measures, namely net-zero electricity generation, energy saving and green buildings, green transport, and waste reduction, for achieving carbon neutrality before 2050.

Decarbonisation cannot be achieved by the Government alone.  Through the Carbon Neutrality Partnership, the Government encourages Carbon Neutrality partners from public and private sectors to take lead to deepen and accelerate their pace in pursuing low-carbon transformation, so as to set examples for different sectors in society and the public, drive the green economy, create more green employment opportunities and promote climate action.  The Government encourages Carbon Neutrality partners to set their targets and timetables to support decarbonisation in the four aforementioned aspects, and share with the public their measures and outcomes.

Agricultural Bank of China Limited Hong Kong Branch
Airport Authority Hong Kong
Bank of China (Hong Kong) Ltd
Bank of Communications Co., Ltd. Hong Kong Branch
Bravo Transport Services Limited
Business Environment Council Limited
China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited
China Everbright Group Ltd.
Chinachem Group
Chinese Estates Holdings Limited
CK Asset Holdings Limited
CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Construction Industry Council
Great Eagle Holdings Limited
Hang Lung Properties Limited
Hang Seng Bank
Harilela Hotels Ltd
Henderson Land Development Company Limited
Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited
Hong Kong Green Building Council
Hong Kong Green Finance Association
Hong Kong Housing Authority
Hong Kong Housing Society
Hong Kong Productivity Council
Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
Hongkong Land Limited
Hopewell Holdings Limited
Hospital Authority
Hysan Development Company Limited
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited
Kerry Properties Limited
Langham Hospitality Investments Ltd.
Link Asset Management Limited
Marriott International
MTR Corporation
Nan Fung Development Ltd.
New World Development Company Limited
Nina Hospitality Company Limited (a member of Chinachem Group)
NWS Holdings Limited
Real Estate Developers Association
Regal Hotels International
Regent Hong Kong
Rosewood Hotel Group
Shangri-La Group
Shun Tak Holdings Limited
Sino Group
Societe Generale, HK Branch
Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
Sun Ferry Services Company Limited
Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited
Swire Properties Hotel Management Limited
Swire Properties Limited
The Bank of East Asia, Limited
The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited
The Hong Kong Jockey Club
The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited
The Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd.
The Kowloon Motor Bus Co. (1933) Ltd
Urban Renewal Authority
Vocational Training Council
W Hotel Hong Kong
West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
Wharf Hotels Management Limited
Wheelock and Company Limited
Yau Lee Holdings Limited
In October 2021, the Environment Bureau held the Carbon Neutrality Partnership Launching Ceremony.

Partners from sectors including property development, public utilities, finance and professional bodies attended the ceremony, pledging support for Hong Kong's goal of achieving carbon neutrality before 2050.

The Environment Bureau encourages partners to reduce carbon emissions together by drawing up plans under a "4T" framework, i.e. "Target", "Timeline", "Transparency" and "Together".

The Environment Bureau appointed Hong Kong cycling athlete Ms Sarah Lee Wai-sze as the Carbon Neutrality Ambassador.

The Carbon Neutrality Ambassador, Ms Sarah Lee Wai-sze, supports the Government's efforts in enhancing public understanding of the impacts brought about by climate change, and promoting a green and low-carbon lifestyle.
Last revision date: 22 April 2022

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