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"Cherish Water Campus" Integrated Education Programme (IEP) for primary schools
The IEP aims to develop a culture of water conservation in primary schools and cultivate water saving habits among youngsters through interesting and interactive activities.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : Participating primary schools
Organisation : Water Supplies Department
"Cherish Water Campus" Integrated Education Programme (IEP) for kindergartens
The IEP aims to develop a culture of water conservation in kindergartens and cultivate water saving habits among youngsters through interesting and interactive activities.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : Participating kindergartens
Organisation : Water Supplies Department
Visit to Water Resources Education Centre
To provide visitors (in particular students) with knowledge about the importance of water conservation through exhibits, live demonstrations and interactive games.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : WSD Tin Shui Wai Building, 20 Tin Pak Road, Tin Shui Wai , New Territories
Organisation : Water Supplies Department
Green the Mobility: Potential of Biofuel in Decarbonisation - Current Application of Biofuel in Hong Kong
Biodiesel supplied in Hong Kong is produced by using locally collected waste cooking oil from restaurant and food manufacturer. Waste-to-energy and renewable feature of such fuel enjoys massive well-to-wheel GHG emissions savings up to 90% when compared to petroleum-based counterpart. Followed by the government commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, we will discuss on the role that biofuel could play in decarbonising the mobility sector - road, marine and aviation, in long run.
Date & Time : 20 May 2021, 4:00PM
Venue : Online platform
Organisation : WWF-Hong Kong
Applied Solar Energy in Buildings
This training programme includes the introduction of different solar photovoltaic technologies; building-attached and building-integrated photovoltaics (BAPV and BIPV); challenges and opportunities of PV installation in Hong Kong; introduction of new PV products; Feed-in Tariff (FiT) Scheme.
Date & Time : 22 May 2021, 9:30 am – 12:45 pm
Venue : Auditorium, Christian Family Service Centre, 3 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong
The 1.5°C Summit – The Defining Decade for Impact with Tech
Scientists estimate that limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius would reduce the odds of initiating the most dangerous and irreversible effects of climate change. In this conference, we will have a mix of speakers and panelists who will share their knowledge on the sustainability + technology space and empower each of us to make changes. This event will showcase a mix of local and international sustainability and impact-driven startup solutions, share successful case studies of driving impact through tech, and provide the audience access to this very important community. There will be a mix of networking opportunities for attendees to engage with experts, startups, NGOs and government representatives.
Date & Time : 28 May 2021, 9:30 am – 1 pm
Venue : Online platform
Organisation : New World Development Company Limited, Eureka Nova
Green the Mobility: Potential of Biofuel in Decarbonisation - Broader Application of Biofuel in Decarbinisation
Biodiesel supplied in Hong Kong is produced by using locally collected waste cooking oil from restaurant and food manufacturer. Waste-to-energy and renewable feature of such fuel enjoys massive well-to-wheel GHG emissions savings up to 90% when compared to petroleum-based counterpart. Followed by the government commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, we will discuss on the role that biofuel could play in decarbonising the mobility sector - road, marine and aviation, in long run.
Date & Time : 31 May 2021, 4:00PM
Venue : Online platform
Organisation : WWF-Hong Kong
Low-carbon Office Operation Programme (LOOP)
Low-carbon Office Operation Programme was launched by World Wide Fund For Nature. The programme has been established to enable Hong Kong companies and organisations to become part of the solution to climate change. By participating in LOOP, companies or organisations are engaged with a group of like-minded forward-looking leaders to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions generated from office operation via the adoption of managerial and technological best practices, staff behavioural adaptation, and a labelling scheme. LOOP companies or organisations can access a tool-kit that allows the measurement and analysis of the carbon performance of an office, formulation of emissions reduction strategy, and reporting on their improved carbon performance.
Date & Time : Ongoing
Venue : N.A
Organisation : World Wide Fund For Nature
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