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Past Events

Public Seminar on Energy Efficiency and Conversation 2021 (Cantonese Presentation)
EMSD strives to promote the efficient use of energy, ensuring the wiser use of the world's resources. To build a green living environment in Hong Kong, public participation is particularly important. EMSD has organized a seminar about the energy efficiency and conservation for the public.
Date & Time : 15 July 2021, 9:30am - 12:30p.m
Venue : Lecture Theatre, Hong Kong Central Library (66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong) [The event may be changed into online webinar in view of the development COVID-19]
Organisation : EMSD
European technology for a greener and carbon neutral Hong Kong - Electric vehicles and waste management
The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in Brussels and HKETO in Berlin are co-organising a webinar on 19 March 2021 (Friday), 5:00 – 6:00 pm HKT (10:00 – 11:00 am CET) to introduce the latest green business opportunities offered by Hong Kong to European businesses. Mr WONG Kam-sing, Secretary for the Environment will speak at the webinar.
Date & Time : 19 March 2021, 5 pm – 6 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Brussels, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in in Berlin
Green Tech Fund (first-round applications)
The Green Tech Fund (GTF), established with a $200 million Government allocation, has been open for application. The deadline for submission of first-round applications is 22 February 2021.
Date & Time : 22 February 2021
Venue : Online platform
Organisation : Green Tech Fund Secretariat
Green Tech Fund Briefing Webinar on Application
The Green Tech Fund (GTF), established with a $200 million Government allocation, has been open for application. The deadline for submission of first-round applications is 22 February 2021. The GTF Secretariat will organise a webinar to introduce the application procedures and priority themes of the GTF.
Date & Time : 5 January 2021, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Green Tech Fund Secretariat
Environmental Resource Centres
The Environmental Resource Centres are located in Fanling, Wan Chai and Mid-Levels . There is also a mobile centre that visits other districts. All four centres offer a variety of educational displays and activities, each with its own special attractions.
The Fanling Centre, opened in 2003, provides environmental information for the general public in the New Territories North, and is a focal point of environmental education programmes for local schools and community organisations. The Centre occupies 400 square metres and includes a colourful exhibition hall with exhibition panels, interactive games and models in nine thematic display zones. Also included are a lecture room and a library.
Date & Time : Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday:9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Closed on Sunday & public holidays
Venue : 2/F Government Accommodations Grand Regentville 9 Wo Mun Street, Luen Wo Hui Fanling, New Territories
Organisation : Environmental Protection Department
Public Seminar on Energy Efficiency and Conversation 2020 (Cantonese Presentation)
機電工程署多年來致力提倡能源效益,令資源得以有效運用。為香港建設一個綠色的生活環境,除了依靠政府部門推廣外,市民大眾的共同參與尤其重要。機電工程署將舉辦一場講座,提供更多有關能源效益和節約資訊。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 30 July 2020 09:30am – 12:30p.m
Venue : Lecture Theatre at Hong Kong Central Library, 66 Causeway Rd, Causeway Bay, HK
Organisation : EMSD
Green Tech Fund Engagement Session
To promote research on decarbonisation and green technologies and application, the Financial Secretary announced in this year’s Budget the allocation of $200 million for setting up a new Green Tech Fund (GTF) to provide better and more focused funding support for the research and development of these technologies, so as to expedite low-carbon transformation and enhance environmental protection in Hong Kong. We are organising engagement session to introduce the framework of the GTF and the priority themes, and to collect stakeholders’ views on the operation of the GTF.

Details: https://www.climateready.gov.hk/files/gtf_framework.pdf
Email: gtf@epd.gov.hk
Date & Time : 15 June 2020 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Venue : Function Room 1-3, Level 3, Core E, Cyberport 3
Organisation : Environmental Protection Department
Green Tech Fund Engagement Session
To promote research on decarbonisation and green technologies and their application, the Financial Secretary announced in this year’s Budget the allocation of $200 million for setting up a new Green Tech Fund (GTF) to provide better and more focused funding support for the research and development of these technologies, so as to expedite low-carbon transformation and enhance environmental protection in Hong Kong. We are organizing engagement session to introduce the framework of the GTF and the priority themes, and to collect stakeholders’ views on the operation of the GTF.

Details: https://www.climateready.gov.hk/files/gtf_framework.pdf
Email: gtf@epd.gov.hk
Date & Time : 12 June 2020 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Venue : Grand Hall A Convention Centre 3 Hong Kong Science Park
Organisation : Environmental Protection Department
Launching Ceremony for Energy Saving For All 2019
- Award Presentation Ceremony of Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2018
- Introduction of Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2019
- Signing Ceremony of Energy Saving Charter 2019 & 4Ts Charter
Date & Time : 5 July 2019 (Friday) 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Venue : 1/F Atrium, Lei Yue Mun Plaza, 80 Lei Yue Mun Road Yau Tong
Organisation : Environment Bureau, Electrical & Mechanical Services Department
Energy Saving Charter 2018
Since 2012, Energy Saving Charter was launched to encourage business and community organizations to save energy. The Energy Saving Charter 2017 attracted more than 3,300 signatories. Pledges under Energy Saving Charter 2018:-

Energy Saving Charter

(a) maintain average indoor air temperature between 24 – 26 ºC during the summer months of June to September in 2018;
(b) switch off appliances and systems when not in use from June 2018 to May 2019;
(c) procure energy efficient appliances (such as those with Grade 1 energy labels) and systems from June 2018 to May 2019; and
(d) engage staff/ students to adopt the above energy saving practices together.

(new elements are under planning)
Date & Time : June 2018 – May 2019
Venue : Not Available
Organisation : Environment Bureau and Electrical & Mechanical Services Department
DSD Open Day 2019
Drainage Services Department (DSD) Open Day 2019 will be held at Shatin Sewage Treatment Works on 19 and 20 January 2019. With the theme of "30 Years of Groundwork, Embracing a New Age", visitors will learn more about DSD's iconic projects and its continual efforts in enhancing the sewage and drainage services and contribution towards the sustainable development of Hong Kong through display panels and physical models.
Date & Time : 19/1/2019 -20/1/2019, 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : Shatin Sewage Treatment Works
Organisation : Drainage Services Department
Virtual tour of "Climate Change‧Our Response" exhibition
The online virtual exhibition introduces climate change issues in five main areas (energy and living, transportation, food and water resources, safety and health, environment and sustainable development) and the strategies in combating climate change.
Date & Time : Launched on 18/11/2016 (Friday)
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : "Science in the Public Service (SIPS) " campaign (coordinated by Hong Kong Observatory)
Outreaching Programme for Schools
To introduce to teachers and students Drainage Services Department's works in flood prevention and sewage treatment as well as the mitigation and adaptation strategies in combating climate change through outreaching programme for schools.
Date & Time : Throughout the year
Venue : Local primary and secondary schools
Organisation : Drainage Services Department
School Visits to Drainage Services Department (DSD) 's Facilities
To introduce to the public regarding DSD's works in flood prevention and sewage treatment as well as the mitigation and adaptation strategies in combating climate change through guided visits to DSD's facilities.
Date & Time : Throughout the year
Venue : DSD's flood prevention and sewage treatment facilities (e.g. San Tin Stormwater Pumping Station, Tai Hang Tung Stormwater Storage Tank, Lai Chi Kok Drainage Tunnel and various Sewage Treatment Works)
Organisation : Drainage Services Department
Visits to Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme
To introduce the project to the public Drainage Services Department's works in flood prevention, mitigation and adaptation strategies in combating climate change, and water reuse.
Date & Time : Throughout the year
Venue : Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme
Organisation : Drainage Services Department
Slope Safety Roving Exhibitions
Slope safety messages, including "Hong Kong may have severe landslides due to extreme weather. The public should stay away from slopes and be vigilant".
Date & Time : Throughout the year
Venue : Shopping malls, primary and secondary schools
Organisation : Geotechnical Engineering Office, Civil Engineering and Development Department
Slope Safety Talks
Slope safety messages, including "Hong Kong may have severe landslides due to extreme weather. The public should stay away from slopes and be vigilant".
Date & Time : Throughout the year
Venue : Primary and secondary schools, property management companies
Organisation : Geotechnical Engineering Office, Civil Engineering and Development Department
Public educational short videos on climate change and related extreme weather
The videos aim to promote public awareness on climate change and the related extreme weather as well as introduce strategies in combating climate change.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory (HKO)
School talks on climate change
HKO will collaborate with stakeholders and partners in school talks to raise awareness of students on climate change.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : Primary and secondary schools
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory (HKO)
Waste Reduction Scheme
To encourage Public Rental Housing Estates tenants to reduce waste in estates and to build greener communities.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : Public Rental Housing Estates
Organisation : Hong Kong Housing Authority
Guided Tour on Education Path
Energy issues, renewable and clean energy technologies, energy efficiency schemes, energy efficient building services features, energy data, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department's achievements, history and initiatives, etc.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department Headquarters
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
上網電價及太陽能光伏系統研討會2018 (Chinese Only)
Introduction of Renewable Energy and Feed-in Tariff; Feed-in Tariff Application Procedures; and Maintenance and Registration of Generating Facilities.
Date & Time : 12/11/2018 (Monday) 15:00 – 17:00
Venue : Hong Kong Science Museum (Lecture Theatre)
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
Carbon Audit Seminar for Listed Companies
To encourage listed companies to conduct carbon audit and to facilitate listed companies to comply with HKEX's new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) requirements
Date & Time : 26/10/2018 (Friday) 14:00-17:00
Venue : AsiaWorld- Expo
Organisation : Environmental Protection Department & Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX)
上網電價及太陽能光伏系統研討會2018 (Chinese Only)
Introduction of Renewable Energy and Feed-in Tariff; Feed-in Tariff Application Procedures; and Maintenance and Registration of Generating Facilities.
Date & Time : 9/10/2018 (Tuesday) 19:00 – 21:00
Venue : Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre (WP01)
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
JPC Fight Crime Summer Camp 2018
To foster the police-youth partnership in the fight against crime and raise the youth’s awareness on climate change and its consequences.
Date & Time : 14/08/2018 - 17/08/2018 (TBC)
Venue : YMCA Wu Kwai Sha Youth Village
Organisation : Police Public Relations Branch
"Water Conservation - Past‧Present‧Future" Roving Exhibition
Through the roving exhibition, to promote water conservation to the community and put water sustainability in perspective in light of climate change, calling for a concerted effort for building a water-saving Hong Kong.
Date & Time : Aug 2017 to mid 2018
Venue : Various shopping malls and community halls in 18 districts
Organisation : Water Supplies Department
Launching Ceremony- Energy Saving for All 2018
1) Signing ceremony of Energy Saving charter 2018
2) Award presentation of Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2017
3) Launching ceremony of new competition scheme (TBC)
Date & Time : June 2018 (TBC)
Venue : Domain Mall (TBC)
Organisation : Environment Bureau and Electrical & Mechanical Services Department
Public Seminar on Energy Efficiency and Conservation (Cantonese Presentation)
Electrical and Mechanical Services Department has organized a seminar about the energy efficiency and conservation for the public.
Topics of presentation include :
- Mandatory Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme
- Retro-commissioning – Smart Way for Building Energy Saving
- Climate Change Effects and Energy Saving Measures
- Overview of Photovoltaic (PV) Installations in Hong Kong, Compliance Installation and Grid Connection of PV System and Feed-in Tariff
Date & Time : 27/6/2018 (Wednesday) 9:45–12:30 (Registration commenced at 9:15 a.m.)
Venue : Lecture Theatre, Hong Kong Central Library, 66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
Energy Saving Charter 2017 and 4Ts Charter
Since 2012, Energy Saving Charter was launched to encourage business and community organizations to save energy. In last year, the Charter attracted more than 3,300 signatories. Pledges under Energy Saving Charter 2017:-

Energy Saving Charter

(a) maintain average indoor air temperature between 24–26 ºC during the summer months of June to September in 2017;
(b) switch off appliances and systems when not in use from June 2017 to May 2018;
(c) procure energy efficient appliances (such as those with Grade 1 energy labels) and systems from June 2017 to May 2018; and
(d) engage staff/ students to adopt the above energy saving practices together.

The "4Ts Charter"

Organisation will be invited to participate in signing "4Ts" by pledging to:-

(a) set energy saving target with a timeline;
(b) ensure transparency to track energy saving results; and
(c) encourage inhabitants (including staff/ students/ occupants/ tenants) to work together on the above energy saving target.
Date & Time : June 2017–May 2018
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : Environment Bureau and Electrical & Mechanical Services Department
Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2017
The "Energy Saving Champion Scheme 2017" is the second year energy saving competition. This year, the scheme aims to recognize sector specific energy saving champion in planning to implement the 4Ts approach in energy saving.
Date & Time : June 2017–May 2018
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : Environment Bureau and Electrical & Mechanical Services Department
School Promotion Program
To introduce the service provided by WSD and the first floating solar power system in Hong Kong
Date & Time : Mar to Apr 2018
Venue : To be confirmed (TBC)
Organisation : Civil Service Bureau
Hong Kong Science Festival 2018 – Science Talk and Guided Tour : Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme (HVUSSS)
In face of global climate change and lack of land resources, how can we solve the urban flooding problem with the concept of sustainable development?

This activity will introduce how DSD incorporated innovative concept in the design and construction of Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme; including the construction of underground storage tank, the use of intelligent sluice gate, water harvesting, and hiding the pumping station under the artificial grass hills to provide more open space for public enjoyment.
Date & Time : 22/4/2018 (Sunday) 10:00 – 13:00
Venue : Science Talk: Classroom, Hong Kong Science Museum Guided Tour: Happy Valley Underground Stromwater Storage Tank
Organisation : Leisure and Cultural Services Department
The Junior Police Call Permanent Activity Centre and Integrated Youth Training Camp (JPC @ Pat Heung) Open Day 2018
To promote JPC @ Pat Heung and enhance the awareness of members of public on climate change and understanding of adaptation measures.
Date & Time : 21/04/2018 (TBC)
Venue : JPC @ Pat Heung
Organisation : Police Public Relations Branch
HKScifest 2018 Seminar: Exploring freshwater life in Hong Kong
To raise public awareness on wild freshwater fish in Hong Kong, AFCD, DSD and Hong Kong Science Museum are co-organising this series of lectures to promote the knowledge on stream ecology. This series of lectures (1) introduces freshwater habitats and fish species in Hong Kong; and (2) explores the impact of historical climate change on the evolutionary history and genetic population structure of local freshwater fishes; and lastly (3) looks into new directions in engineering our river channels to give us sustainable eco-friendly green corridors that provide habitats for animal and plant life.
Date & Time : 21/4/2018 (Saturday) 14:00-17:00
Venue : Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum
Organisation : Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department; Drainage Services Department; Hong Kong Science Museum
Hong Kong Science Festival 2018 - Science Talk : Energy Management and Utilisation of Renewable Energy in Drainage Services Department
To introduce DSD's efforts in promotion of renewable energy and energy efficiency, including the development of biogas and photovoltaic applications
Date & Time : 2/4/2018 (Monday) 16:30 – 18:00
Venue : Hong Kong Science Museum
Organisation : Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Hong Kong Science Festival 2018 - Science Talk : The Way to Sustainable Drainage - Revitalisation of Water Bodies
This lecture will introduce the planning of traditional urban drainage projects and explore how the concept of "Revitalisation of Water Bodies " lead to a more flood-resistant, greening and sustainable development for our future drainage planning.
Date & Time : 31/3/2018 (Saturday) 11:00-12:30
Venue : Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum
Organisation : Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Climate change talk for the Department of Journalism and Communication of the Hong Kong Shue Yan University
To enhance journalism students' awareness on climate change issues
Date & Time : 29/3/2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Hong Kong Observatory
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory
Hong Kong Observatory Open Day
To promote the development of weather-ready and climate-smart society
Date & Time : 24-25/3/2018 (Saturday, Sunday)
Venue : Hong Kong Observatory
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory
Force Family Day at the Junior Police Call Permanent Activity Centre and Integrated Youth Training Camp (JPC @ Pat Heung) 2018
To promote JPC @ Pat Heung and enhance the awareness of Force members and their families on climate change and understanding of adaptation measures.
Date & Time : 18/03/2018 (TBC)
Venue : JPC @ Pat Heung
Organisation : Police Public Relations Branch
Climate change talk for the Nuclear Division of the Hong Kong Institute of Engineers
To raise engineers' awareness on climate change issues
Date & Time : 20/1/2018 (Saturday)
Venue : Hong Kong Observatory
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory
School Outreach Programme
Energy labels and energy efficiency messages.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : Various schools
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
Eco-tour
A guided eco-tour to the ecological spots in Tin Shui Wai to understand the importance of conservation.
Date & Time : November 2017 / December 2017 10:00–16:00
Venue : Yuen Long
Organisation : Sham Shui Po District Office
Floating Solar Power System Photography Competition
Adopting the scenery of Shek Pik Reservoir or Plover Cove Reservoir and the floating solar power system as the theme in order to highlight the benefits of the system, such as reducing water evaporation and suppressing algae growth, and to show the beauty and harmonious integration of natural scenery and green technologies.
Date & Time : 16/10/2017 - 29/12/2017
Venue : Shek Pik Reservoir and Plover Cove Reservoir
Organisation : Water Supplies Department
JPC Module Training - “Climate Change” Talk and Visit
To enhance the youth's awareness on climate change and understanding of adaptation measures.
Date & Time : 9/12/2017 (Saturday)
Venue : CUHK Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change
Organisation : Police Public Relations Branch
DSD R&D Forum 2017
To foster collaboration amongst the Government, tertiary institutions and partners in the industry on research and development projects that can deliver smart, green and resilient sewage treatment and drainage services in Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 14/11/2017 (Tuesday) 09:00-17:30
Venue : Hong Kong Science Museum
Organisation : Drainage Services Department
Carbon Audit Seminar for Listed Companies
To encourage listed companies to conduct carbon audit and to facilitate listed companies to comply with HKEX's new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) requirements
Date & Time : 27/10/2017 (Friday)
Venue : AsiaWorld- Expo
Organisation : Environmental Protection Department & Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX)
Briefing Session- Application for Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2017
To introduce and explain the details of Energy Saving Championship Scheme (ESCS) 2017 to interested organizations.
For enquiries, please contact the Secretariat at 3155 3977.
Date & Time : 16/10/2017 (Monday) , 14:00 – 17:00
Venue : Lecture Theatre, 7/F, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department Headquarters, 3 Kai Shing Street, Kowloon Bay
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
"Science in the Public Service" Forum and Lecture
To introduce the first floating solar power system in Hong Kong
Date & Time : 26/8/2017 (Saturday) 15:20-16:10
Venue : Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory
Junior Police Call Fight Crime Summer Camp 2017
To foster the police-youth partnership in the fight against crime and raise the youth's awareness on climate change and its consequences.
Date & Time : 15/08/2017 (Tuesday) to 18/08/2017 (Friday)
Venue : YMCA Wu Kwai Sha Youth Village (To be Confirmed)
Organisation : Junior Police Call and Youth Liaison Section, Police Public Relations Branch
Junior Police Call Module Training - "Climate Change" Talk and Visit
To enhance the youth's awareness on climate change and understanding of adaptation measures.
Date & Time : 03/08/2017 (Thursday)
Venue : CUHK Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change
Organisation : Junior Police Call and Youth Liaison Section, Police Public Relations Branch
Thematic Exhibition on 40th Anniversary of Hong Kong Slope Safety System
To introduce the history, the developments and the future challenges of the Hong Kong Slope Safety. One of the challenges is the possible more frequent serious landslides caused by extreme rainfalls.
Date & Time : 13/7/2017 (Thursday) 16:00 - 20:00, 14/7/2017 (Friday) - 16/7/2017 (Sunday) 11:00 - 20:00, 17/7/2017 (Monday) 11:00 - 18:00
Venue : PMQ
Organisation : Geotechnical Engineering Office, Civil Engineering and Development Department
Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) radio programme "Climate Watcher" on climate change
The radio programme aims to raise public awareness on climate change and the related extreme weather.
Date & Time : 12:15 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. on every Saturday between 1/4/2017 and 24/6/2017
Venue : RTHK Radio 1
Organisation : RTHK and Hong Kong Observatory (HKO)
Public Seminar on Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Brief Topics:
1. Introduction of Retro-commissioning (RCx) in Hong Kong Buildings,
2. Mandatory Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme (MEELS),
3. Renewable Energy and its Role in Reducing Carbon Footprint in Hong Kong,
4. Integration of Internet of Things (IoT)/Industry 4.0 for Energy Efficiency.
Date & Time : 21/6/2017 (Wednesday) 09: 45–12:30
Venue : Lecture Theatre, Hong Kong Central Library
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
Award Presentation Ceremony of the Charter on External Lighting 2017
The award ceremony recognises companies' efforts in mitigating the problems of light nuisance and energy wastage caused by external lighting.
Date & Time : 15/6/2017 (Thursday) 15:00–17:00
Venue : Citywalk 2, Tsuen Wan
Organisation : Environment Bureau
World Environment Day 2017 – "Zero Carbon Fun Fair"
To commemorate the World Environment Day, the Environmental Campaign Committee is launching its first ever outdoor "Zero Carbon Fun Fair" on 11 June 2017 at the Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) and Kwun Tong Community Green Station (KTCGS) in Kowloon Bay.

The event, with the theme "Climate Ready and Green Living", would be a conglomerate of local communal activities related to the environment and nearly 40 non-government organisations, green groups, public utilities and schools would be jointly promoting environmental awareness among the public.
Date & Time : 11/6/2017 (Sunday) 11:00-17:00
Venue : Zero Carbon Building, 8 Sheung Yuet Road; and Kwun Tong Community Green Station, 27 Sheung Yee Road, Kowloon Bay
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
Annual General Meeting, Senior Police Call
To raise the elder's awareness on climate change and its consequences.
Date & Time : 3/6/2017 (Saturday)
Venue : Police Headquarters
Organisation : The Hong Kong Police Force Senior Police Call and Elderly Engagement Section, Police Public Relations Branch
Energy Saving Charter 2016
Promoting energy saving is a linchpin of our efforts in combating climate change. In Hong Kong, buildings account for about 90% of our electricity consumption, representing over 60% of greenhouse gas emissions. As the community plays an indispensable role when it comes to energy conservation, we will be launching an Energy Saving Charter in June 2016 to foster close partnership among the Government, business sector and non-governmental organisations for a community-wide sector specific campaign to save energy.

Since 2012, we have stepped up efforts in energy conservation by expanding the Charter scheme to other sectors. During June to September 2015, more than 3,000 premises of participating organisations, including over 150 shopping malls, 260 office buildings, 620 shops, 1,200 offices, 420 residential buildings / housing estates and 360 premises of Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) signed up to the Charter.

This year, while appealing for the continuous support from shopping malls, office buildings, shops, offices, residential buildings / housing estates and premises of NGOs for making the same pledge, we would like to step up efforts in energy conservation by expanding the scope of the Charter and extending invitation to primary and secondary schools, and tertiary institutions for joining the Charter.

We would appreciate your support in the following respects for Energy Saving Charter 2016 with the scope:-
a) to maintain an average indoor temperature between 24-26°C during the summer months from June to September in 2016;
b) to switch off electrical appliances when not in use from June 2016 to May 2017; and
c) to procure energy efficient appliances from June 2016 to May 2017.
Date & Time : June 2016–May 2017
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : Environment Bureau and Electrical & Mechanical Services Department
Energy Saving Championship Scheme
As the community plays an indispensable role when it comes to energy conservation, we would like to appeal for supports from shopping malls, office buildings, residential buildings/ housing estates, primary and secondary schools, and tertiary education institutions by participating in the "Energy Saving Championship Scheme" (the Scheme) and setting targets to reduce your energy consumption comparable to or even exceeding Government targets, and to promote green building design and management as well.

The Scheme is to recognise leading organisations in the adoption of energy efficient technologies and equipment, application of operational optimisation of energy consuming systems (i.e. retro-commissioning), development of best practices in energy management and promotion of energy saving among tenants and occupants. Champions of each category will be invited as role models to share experience on application of energy efficient technologies and practices through visits or seminars for the trades.

We look forward to the concerted efforts of the Government and the community in promoting a healthy, liveable and sustainable environment in Hong Kong.
Date & Time : June 2016–May 2017
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : Environment Bureau and Electrical & Mechanical Services Department
Launching Ceremony for Energy Saving For All 2017
To dovetail with Energy Saving Plan for "Hong Kong's Built Environment 2015-~2025+" and "Hong Kong's Climate Action Plan 2030+" that runs across energy saving, green building and climate change to promote energy saving in community. A ceremony for "Energy Saving for All 2017" Campaign comprises the launching ceremony of Energy Saving Charter 2017, launching ceremony of Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2017 and award presentation ceremony of Energy Saving Championship Scheme 2016 will be launched.
Date & Time : 18/5/2017 (Wednesday)
Venue : To be confirmed
Organisation : Environment Bureau and Electrical & Mechanical Services Department
Climate change teacher professional development program series (14 events)
To enrich teachers' understanding of various aspects of climate change.
Date & Time : November 2016–April 2017
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : Education Bureau
Thematic Exhibition on Hong Kong 2030+
To introduce the key messages of the updated territorial development strategy of Hong Kong to the general public.
Date & Time : 2/11/2016 (Wednesday)–30/4/2017 (Sunday) 10:00-18:00 *Closes on Tuesdays (except public holidays) and the first two days of the Chinese New Year
Venue : City Gallery
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Pre-wet Season Media Briefing on Slope Safety 2017
To disseminate landslide statistics in the last year, the approach in managing landslide risks in HK and precautionary measures against landslide risks caused by extreme weather.
Date & Time : March/April 2017 (To be confirmed)
Venue : To be confirmed
Organisation : Geotechnical Engineering Office, Civil Engineering and Development Department
Inter-school Cross-curricular Project Competition on Climate Change
To enhance students' understanding of the mitigation, adaptation and resilience strategies to cope with climate change, and to enable them to integrate subject knowledge with problem solving skills and creative ideas to propose innovative ways to cope with climate change with the help of up-to-date information technology.
Date & Time : October 2016–April 2017
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : Education Bureau
Inter-school Cross-Curricular Project Competition on Climate Change Prize-giving Ceremony 2016/17
The Competition is a new signature student project competition of EDB, and is first of its kind to cover innovations to cope with climate change with the help of STEM, inquiry study and map analysis.

The Competition is accredited as a 20A Event.
Date & Time : 29 April 2017 (Saturday) 14:30-16:00
Venue : Conference Hall, 4/F, Hong Kong Productivity Council Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : Education Bureau (EDB)
Public Occupational Health Talk: Health Hazards of Hot Environment at Work
This talk is designed for workers working in hot environment to enhance their awareness on heat stroke prevention. The content includes symptoms of heat stroke, first aid management and the preventive measures.
Date & Time : 26/4/2017 (Wednesday) 15:00-16:30
Venue : Lecture Theatre, The HK Space Museum
Organisation : Labour Department
Roving Exhibition on Hong Kong 2030+
To introduce the key messages of the updated territorial development strategy of Hong Kong to the general public.
Date & Time : 5/11/2016 (Saturday)–24/4/2017 (Monday)
Venue : Different locations in Hong Kong, Kowloon and New Territories
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Country Parks Hiking and Planting Day
To encourage the public to take part in nature conservation work through tree planting in support of tree preservation and biodiversity conservation.
Date & Time : 23/4/2017 (Sunday) 9:00-11:00
Venue : Tai Lam Country Park
Organisation : Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department
Hong Kong 2030+: Guided Visit with a theme on Enhancing Environmental Capacity
To introduce key messages of Hong Kong 2030+ in an interesting and dynamic way through actual examples.
Date & Time : 9/4/2017 (Sunday)
Venue : T ž PARK (25 Nim Wan Road, Tuen Mun, New Territories)
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Country Parks Hiking and Planting Day
To encourage the public to take part in nature conservation work through tree planting in support of tree preservation and biodiversity conservation.
Date & Time : 9/4/2017 (Sunday) 9:00-11:00
Venue : Kam Shan Country Park
Organisation : Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department
Junior Police Call Annual General Meeting 2016
To raise the participants' (including youth and community leader) awareness on climate change and its consequences.
Date & Time : 8/4/2017 (Saturday)
Venue : Police Headquarters
Organisation : The Hong Kong Police Force Junior Police Call and Youth Liaison Section, Police Public Relations Branch
Hong Kong 2030+: Knowledge Sharing Seminars – Smart, Green and Resilient City
For in-depth discussion of the major topics under Hong Kong 2030+, and exchange of knowledge and ideas.
Date & Time : 1/4/2017 (Saturday) 10:30-13:00
Venue : City Gallery
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
"Go Green" Volunteer Programme 2016
To promote the senses of environmental awareness and "green living" to youth members in Sha Tin District through a series of thematic workshops, outing & farming experiences, and community-based activities.
Date & Time : October 2016–March 2017
Venue : Sha Tin District, countryside and farm
Organisation : Sha Tin District Office and Sha Tin Youth Service Corps
"Climate Change‧Our Response" exhibition
The exhibition introduces climate change issues in five main areas (energy and living, transportation, food and water resources, safety and health, environment and sustainable development) and the strategies in combating climate change.
Date & Time : 6/1/2017 (Friday)–31/3/2017 (Friday)
Venue : Civic Education Resource Centre, 7/F, Youth Square, 238 Chai Wan Road, Chai Wan,  Hong Kong
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory (HKO), Home Affairs Bureau and Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education
Kowloon City Government Office (KCGO) Greening Month
To promote the concepts of green building and low-carbon living to students.
Date & Time : March 2017
Venue : KCGO
Organisation : Kowloon City District Office (co-organised with Architectural Services Department and Shatin Recycle Centre)
Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) Open Day
During the Open Day, there will be display materials that promote public awareness of climate change and the related extreme weather, as well as introduce strategies in combating climate change.
Date & Time : 25-26/3/2017 (Saturday to Sunday)
Venue : HKO Headquarters
Organisation : HKO
Junior Police Call day trip visit to Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre. (The centre is jointly established by Environmental Protection Department and the University of Hong Kong)
To enhance the youth's awareness on climate change and understanding of adaptation measures.
Date & Time : 26/2/2017 (Sunday), 12/3/2017 (Sunday)
Venue : Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre
Organisation : The Hong Kong Police Force Junior Police Call and Youth Liaison Section, Police Public Relations Branch
Junior Police Call day trip visit to Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
To enhance the youth's awareness on climate change and understanding of adaptation measures.
Date & Time : 11/2/2017 (Saturday), 18/2/2017 (Saturday), 25/2/2017 (Saturday)
Venue : The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin
Organisation : The Hong Kong Police Force Junior Police Call and Youth Liaison Section, Police Public Relations Branch
Hong Kong 2030+: Guided Visit with a theme on Smart, Green and Resilient Infrastructure
To introduce key messages of Hong Kong 2030+ in an interesting and dynamic way through actual examples.
Date & Time : 25/2/2017 (Saturday)
Venue : Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage (Happy Valley, Hong Kong)
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Hong Kong 2030+: Topical Discussion (Creating Capacity for Sustainable Growth)
Public engagement activity to collect public views on the updated territorial development strategy of Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 21/1/2017 (Saturday) 14:30-17:00
Venue : City Gallery
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Hong Kong 2030+: Public Forum
Public engagement activity to collect public views on the updated territorial development strategy of Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 8/1/2017 (Sunday) 14:00-17:00
Venue : Jockey Club Innovation Tower, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Environmental Protection Window
To promote awareness on energy conservation among Public Rental Housing Estates tenants.
Date & Time : On-going (2016)
Venue : Kwai Shing (West) Estate
Organisation : Hong Kong Housing Authority
"Science in the Public Service" Campaign 10th Anniversary Roving Exhibition on "Climate Change–Our Reponse"
The objectives of the Roving Exhibition are to enhance public understanding of climate change and its impact, to raise public awareness of response and to promote response actions. The exhibition will demonstrate how government bureaux/departments, partner organisations, community groups and members of the public combat climate change under the three pillars (mitigation, adaptation and resilience) and in five main areas (energy and living, transportation, food and water resources, safety and health, environment and sustainable development).
Date & Time : June-December 2016
Venue : Hong Kong Central Library, Hong Kong Times Square, Ping Shan Tin Shui Wai Public Library, Business Environment Council Headquarters, Exchange Square, Kowloon Park, Hong Kong Science Museum, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong Science Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory
"Science in the Public Service" Lecture Series for the Ten Years of Passion
Please refer to the website.
Date & Time : June-December 2016
Venue : Hong Kong Science Museum
Organisation : Hong Kong Observatory
Eco-tour
A guided eco-tour to the ecological spots in Tin Shui Wai to understand the importance of conservation.
Date & Time : November 2016 / December 2016
Venue : Yuen Long
Organisation : Sham Shui Po District Office
Hong Kong 2030+: Public Forum
Public engagement activity to collect public views on the updated territorial development strategy of Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 18/12/2016 (Sunday) 14:00-17:00
Venue : Yasumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Hong Kong 2030+: Topical Discussion (Embracing New Economic  Challenges and Opportunities)
Public engagement activity to collect public views on the updated territorial development strategy of Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 10/12/2016 (Saturday) 14:30-17:00
Venue : Wan Chai Activity centre
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Energy Revives under the Sun–Commissioning Ceremony for Drainage Services Department's Largest Solar Farm in Hong Kong
To promote the principles of sustainable development and combat the challenges arising from climate change through the application of renewable energy; and to celebrate the commissioning of Drainage Services Department's largest solar farm in Hong Kong, situated at Siu Ho Wan Sewage Treatment Works.
Date & Time : 9/12/2016 (Friday) p.m.
Venue : Siu Ho Wan Sewage Treatment Works
Organisation : Drainage Services Department
Hong Kong 2030+: Guided Visit with a theme on Urban Green Space
To introduce key messages of Hong Kong 2030+ in an interesting and dynamic way through actual examples.
Date & Time : 4/12/2016 (Sunday)
Venue : Urban Oasis (2A Kwun Tong Road, Kowloon)
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Hong Kong 2030+: Public Forum
Public engagement activity to collect public views on the updated territorial development strategy of Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 3/12/2016 (Sat) 14:00-17:00
Venue : Leighton Hill Community Hall
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Hong Kong 2030+: Topical discussion (Planning for a Liveable  High-density City)
Public engagement activity to collect public views on the updated territorial development strategy of Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 26/11/2016 (Saturday) 14:30-17:00
Venue : City Gallery
Organisation : Development Bureau and Planning Department
Water Conservation Week 2016
The "Water Conservation Week" (WCW) is a large scale promotional event to promote water conservation to all sectors in the community. The WCW will comprise a host of activities, such as exhibitions, forums, games, ceremonies, award presentations and performances, to facilitate different stakeholders such as non-governmental organisations, green groups, schools, trade associations, property management companies and the public to exchange views, and enhance cooperation in promotional strategies and measures on water conservation.
Date & Time : 17-21/11/2016 (Thursday to Monday) 10:00–19:00
Venue : Jockey Club Innovation Tower, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Organisation : Water Supplies Department
Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) Symposium 2016
E&M technologies contribution to city of tomorrow.
Date & Time : 17/11/2016 (Thursday)
Venue : Hong Kong Science and Technology Park
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
R&D Forum 2016
To provide a platform for academia, professionals and industry representatives to share their views and experience on the research and development on various drainage and sewerage aspects including climate change issues.
Date & Time : 7-8/11/2016 (Monday to Tuesday)
Venue : Hong Kong Science Museum
Organisation : Drainage Services Department
Carbon Audit Seminar for Listed Companies
To encourage listed companies to conduct carbon audit and to facilitate listed companies to comply with HKEx's new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) requirements.
Date & Time : 27/10/2016 (Thursday)
Venue : AsiaWorld- Expo
Organisation : Environmental Protection Department & Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx)
Drainage Services Department Open Day 2016
To provide a platform for the public to understand Drainage Services Department's mitigation and adaptation measures to climate change.
Date & Time : 15-16/10/2016 (Saturday to Sunday)
Venue : Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works
Organisation : Drainage Services Department
Civic Education Resource Centre's "Climate Change Awareness" Stamp Collection Game
To enhance public awareness of climate change through stamp collection game.
Date & Time : 13/7/2016 (Wednesday) to 31/8/2016 (Wednesday)
Venue : Civic Education Resource Centre, 7/F, Youth Square, 238 Chai Wan Road, Chai Wan,  Hong Kong
Organisation : Home Affairs Bureau and Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education
Visit CLP Eco Home at Mongkok
To enhance young people's understanding of the concepts of energy efficiency and conservation, as well as home energy management skills.
Date & Time : August 2016
Venue : Mong Kok
Organisation : Sham Shui Po District Office
"Climate Change" Talk by Mr SHAM Fu-cheung, Chief Experimental Officer, Hong Kong Observatory
To enhance the youth's awareness on climate change and understanding of adaptation measures.
Date & Time : 17-18/8/2016 (Wednesday to Thursday) (To be confirmed)
Venue : YMCA Wu Kwai Sha Youth Village
Organisation : Junior Police Call and Youth Liaison Section, Police Public Relations Branch
"Protect the Earth from Climate Change" Bookmark Design Competition
To raise the youth's awareness on climate change and its consequences.
Date & Time : 16-17/8/2016 (Tuesday to Wednesday)
Venue : YMCA Wu Kwai Sha Youth Village
Organisation : Junior Police Call and Youth Liaison Section, Police Public Relations Branch
Climate Change Stakeholder Engagement Forum
The forum will discuss the topic of Climate Change. It aims to create an atmosphere to motivate different sectors in the society to join hands in combating climate change.
Date & Time : 12/7/2016 (Tuesday)
Venue : Conference Hall, Central Government Officers, Tamar
Organisation : Environment Bureau
"Energy Saving For All 2016–Be Hanson" Launching Ceremony
The campaign will cover the following elements: Launching ceremony of "Energy Saving Charter 2016", Launching ceremony of "Energy Saving Championship Scheme" and Award presentation ceremony of "Youth Energy Saving Award".
Date & Time : 20/6/2016 (Monday) 15:30–17:00
Venue : Olympian City 2
Organisation : Environment Bureau& Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
World Environment Day 2016 - Be Climate Ready, Don't be a Big Waster
The publicity event aimed to mobilise the general public to practise low carbon living in order to combat climate change.
Date & Time : 5/6/2016 14:30–17:00
Venue : Tamar Park, Admiralty
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) Watch (Monthly Online Publication)
Climate Change and NCD Connections.
Date & Time : Late May 2016
Venue : Not Available
Organisation : The Centre for Health Protection, DH
Building Carbon Footprint Assessment
The programme offers a wide range of subject choices that span across key elements in the topic of green or sustainable building, including energy and carbon, indoor environment, outdoor environment, community aspects, materials and waste, building maintenance as well as climate change. Taught by experienced faculty from the School of Energy and Environment at the City University of Hong Kong, this programme will also serve as an ‘appetizer’ for those considering to pursue post-graduate studies. Upon completion of the courses, participants will be able to gain a basic understanding of the subjects, which serves as a good foundation for further studies.
Date & Time : 17 July 2021, 9:30 am – 12:45 pm
Venue : 10/F HKFYG Building, 21 Pak Fuk Road, North Point, Hong Kong [The event may be changed into online webinar in view of the development COVID-19]
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong
COP26: Race to Zero Webinar series IFRS Foundation’s International Sustainability Standards Board
The IFRS Foundation is consulting on amending its constitution to create an International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) on a similar basis to its International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). ISSB is planned to start work on standards relating to climate change, with the support of decisions made at the COP26 Climate Conference in November. It will also issue standards for other ESG issues which are likely to be material to company enterprise value. Companies, auditors and report users will need prepare for this significant change in corporate reporting.
Date & Time : 5 July 2021, 5 pm – 6 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
BEC Industry Visit - Smarter Office, Greener Future
BEC and Canon HK are bringing you “Smarter Office, Better Future” on 18 June 2021. Join us for a visit to the Canon Business Experience Center to hear insights about green and intelligent working environments as well as inspiring ideas on how to create a smarter office and enhance operational efficiency and business sustainability.
Date & Time : 18 June 2021, 1:15 pm – 5:00 pm
Venue : Tower A, China Life Center, 18 Hung Luen Road, Hunghom, Kowloon
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Race-to-Zero: Hong Kong's Climate Actions Towards a Net Zero Future
This event will focus on COP26 from an international perspective and its relevance to Hong Kong, which will then be followed by a panel discussion on how businesses are preparing to decarbonize in the short and longer-term.
Date & Time : 17 June 2021, 2:30 pm – 5:00pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Business Environment Council, Civic Exchange, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
COP26: Race to Zero Webinar series Scenarios for TCFD-aligned disclosures
Lois Guthrie will present the work WBCSD is doing with TCFD on developing scenarios for TCFD reporting. The HKMA launched a pilot stress testing exercise at the start of the year where participating banks need to assess climate risks under different scenarios. Frank Leung will comment on how this has gone so far and what has been learnt.
Date & Time : 7 June 2021, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
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
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
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
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
Renewable Energy in Hong Kong
SOEHK aims at providing shared platform for engineers to learn, exchange idea and experience, and as well to catch up with the latest developments with respect to engineering, technology and environment related aspects. This technical webinar has invited eminent speakers to share with us the knowledge of making use of sustainable and energy efficient material, product and system with renewable energy resources.
Date & Time : 15 May 2021, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : The Society of Operations Engineers (Hong Kong Region)
Is sustainability at the heart of your business agenda?
Protecting our planet and addressing climate threats should be a boardroom priority. Many leaders are struggling with how to truly embed environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations into their day-to-day operations. How can they move beyond a box-ticking exercise to genuinely walk the talk? How can they evolve beyond top-down sustainability edicts to a corporate culture in which everyone in the organization lives, breathes and acts on them? How do organizations forge that mindset, build that corporate muscle, and make the most from their sustainability actions?
Date & Time : 13 May 2021, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : South China Morning Post
Decarbonising gas on our journey to Net Zero
The UK’s commitment to accelerate the pace of change means it is vital that UK industry and commerce that currently relies on natural gas as an energy supply, understands the role of hydrogen and its implications on their business.

This webinar will explore the role hydrogen can play in reaching net zero.
Date & Time : 10 May 2021, 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
Chinachem Group Sustainability Conference 2021
Themed "Creating a Sustainable and Healthy Community for All Ages", the Conference will focus on comprehensive discussion of multi-dimensional solutions to shape a smart city for all ages. Renowned overseas and local speakers will share their insights from urban and community planning, building rejuvenation, building design and infrastructures, ageing innovation and assistive technology, as well as sharing of international case studies, to explore possible ways to build a smart and liveable neighbourhood for multi-generations, coupled with possible insight or lessons learnt from the recent pandemic.
Date & Time : 7 May 2021, 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : Nina Ballroom, 7/F, Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan
Organisation : Chinachem Group, Hong Kong Green Building Council
Green Museums and the Paris Agreement
Invited speakers from the US, Australia and Hong Kong will share at the Green Museums and the Paris Agreement forum the experiences and achievements in greening museums, enhancing sustainable operations and advancing climate change education. The forum also serves as an important step to build a community of green museums which act locally and ideate globally.
Date & Time : 6 May 2021, 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, Hong Kong Green Building Council
The HKIE Environmental Division Annual Forum: Decarbonisation - How Do We Prepare for the Transformation
The primary objectives of this forum are to serve as a platform to communicate and review Decarbonisation strategies; share local and international practices and explore relevant digitalization & innovation for Decarbonisation. At the same time, we would like to know how technologies and development can become critical enablers for the transformation and present both opportunities and challenges to engineers. The forum comprises the keynote session and four other sessions: i) Green construction; ii) Decarbonising generation through digitalization; iii) Hydrogen economy and iv) Experience sharing and best practices for Decarbonisation.
Date & Time : 29 April 2021, 9 am – 5 pm
Venue : The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, 1 Great George Street, Hong Kong
Organisation : Hong Kong Association of Energy Engineers
Earth Forum 2021
Friends of the Earth (HK) will demonstrate support for the environment movement and progress and organize the Earth Forum at Earth Day to debate on how green finance can catalyze decarbonisation and restore our environment. The regulatory and listed companies in automotive sector are invited as the speaker to discuss the low-carbon transition. Let’s restore our Earth! Let’s join the Earth Forum 2021!
Date & Time : 22 April 2021, 4 pm – 6 pm
Venue : Online platform
Organisation : Friends of the Earth (HK)
Action of Climate and the UN Sustainable Development Goals: A Guided Virtual Tour of CUHK Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change
This program takes participants on a virtual guided tour to discover the world’s first and foremost climate change museum and explore the potentially devastating effects of climate change. It also introduces the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that are adopted by the United Nations as the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all, and why climate action matters.
Date & Time : 14 April 2021, 9:30 am – 11 am
Venue : Online platform
Organisation : Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Brussels, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in in Berlin
Climate Resilience in Hong Kong
The CUHK webinar will explore what the government of Hong Kong, the private sector and civil society can do to foster climate resilience in the city’s developments. Mr. Wong Kam-sing, Secretary for the Environment will speak on the city’s plan towards carbon neutrality, Dr. Jeanne Ng, Director, CLP Research Institute will speak on the building of climate resilience in the power sector, and Dr. William Yu, CEO, World Green Organisation will talk about how to get the community ready to build urban resilience in face of the climate crisis.
Date & Time : 14 April 2021, 3 pm – 4:20 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Green Carnival 2021
To continue our green community initiative in the pandemic, Green Council is organizing “the 18th Green Carnival 2021” on online platform this year. In addition to the official Green Carnival website to be launched between late-March to early-April, we are organizing a number of activities for schools and students, including the i) 20th Eco-Model Creative Tournament, ii) School Virtual Booth Competition and iii) Online Quiz Challenge.
Date & Time : 29 March 2021 – 11 April 2021
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Green Council
Climate Change and Coffee
Coffee is among the most traded commodities and has major economic relevance for many coffee exporting countries. Over 125 Million.people worldwide depend on coffee production for their livelihood. But changing climate conditions are already causing immense hardship for many of these producers. Coffee eco-systems are highly vulnerable to changing climate conditions, such as rising temperatures and unstable and extreme weather conditions.
Date & Time : 6 April 2021, 9 pm – 10 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Encompass HK
Opportunities for Circular Economy in Hong Kong
It is time for Hong Kong to better integrate and embed circular economy principles into the city, in order to stimulate long-term sustainable growth and regenerate the environment. Join the webinar if you would like to learn more about circular economy, hear about BEC’s strategic findings on Hong Kong’s progress towards circularity, and learn from experts about how the city can become more circular.
Date & Time : 8 March 2021, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Business Environment Council
HKUST-UoS-CLP Joint Webinar Workshop on Energy Decarbonisation
Decarbonisation is essential for clean and sustainable energy and is a critical step to achieve a livable climate future. Transition to clean and prosperous energy future relies on viable and innovative decarbonizing technologies. To promote the decarbonisation vision and to inspire research collaboration, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), University of Strathclyde (UoS) and CLP have co-organized this workshop to address the issues and explore potential directions.
Date & Time : 4 March 2021, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
CPD Webinar - Smart Battery for Smarter Construction - Leading to an Emission-free Future
This webinar will introduce an innovative smart battery system that has successfully replaced diesel generators on a number of construction sites in Hong Kong. In this webinar, the speaker will share with the audience interesting case studies with detailed data to illustrate the economic benefits of the system as well as its positive impacts on the environment.
Date & Time : 9 February 2021, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
「綠色金融促進中小企可持續發展對策」網絡研討會 (Chinese only)
全球多個金融中心都在推動綠色金融和環境、社會與管治(ESG),讓企業可以為其綠色項目籌集資金,而投資者則可以參與一些可持續發展,具有環境效益的投資項目。港府近年積極發展綠色金融 ,以追上全球可持續金融趨勢。為促進綠色金融的發展,香港生產力促進局將於2021 年 1 月11 日舉辦「綠色金融促進中小企可持續發展對策研討會」,誠邀中國銀行(香港)及香港品質保證局代表共同探討綠色金融認證計劃和綠色信貸,並有專家分享ESG的發展,讓大家更了解可持續發展的概念。歡迎各中小企業代表報名參加。 (Chinese only)
Date & Time : 11 January 2021, 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Hong Kong Productivity Council
Seminar on "The EV-charging at Home Subsidy Scheme"
The Government rolled out a $2 billion "EV-charging at Home Subsidy Scheme" ("EHSS") to subsidize the installation of EV charging-enabling infrastructure in car parks of existing private residential buildings. The scheme is now open to application. In order to facilitate the Owners' Corporations and Property Management Office (PMO) to enhance the existing EV charging-enabling infrastructure in their car parks, Cornerstone EV Charging Service Limited and the Parking Association of Hong Kong will co-organize a series of seminar to answer any enquiry about EHSS.
Date & Time : 5 January 2021, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm and 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Venue : Auditorium, G/F, BEC Building, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Organisation : Cornerstone EV Charging Service Limited, Parking association of Hong Kong Limited
CLP Power Low Carbon Energy Education Centre
The centre aims to offer visitors an interesting and thought-provoking experience as they learn about the importance of low carbon energy in addressing the challenge of climate change. The five thematic zones are featured by multimedia and interactive elements including a 3D virtual tour that takes visitors inside a nuclear reactor.
Date & Time : Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00am to 6:00pm, Guided tours are available by pre-booking in groups (minimum 15 persons) Closed on Mondays, Sundays and public holidays
Venue : Room 3202, 3/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, 88 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
CLP Volunteer Team Clean up Activity
Through this annual programme, CLP volunteers team up to clean up our coastal areas, making an effort to protect our marine ecology.
Date & Time : October, Saturday or Sunday (TBC) Not open for public
Venue : Designated beach
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Training Course on Energy Audit for Building Energy Efficiency
The main purpose of this course is to provide the participants with the fundamental principles, skills and guidelines needed to carry out effective energy audits in accordance with the Building Energy Efficiency Ordinance. After taking the course, the participants would appreciate the approach to identify energy saving measures and perform quantitative analysis to predict the energy savings, environmental and economic benefits. Moreover, the participants should be able to measure and verify the performance of implemented energy saving measures.
Date & Time : 9, 11, 16 and 18 December 2020, 6:30 pm - 9:45 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Energy Institute (Hong Kong Branch)
Training Course on Energy Audit for Building Energy Efficiency
The main purpose of this course is to provide the participants with the fundamental principles, skills and guidelines needed to carry out effective energy audits in accordance with the Building Energy Efficiency Ordinance. After taking the course, the participants would appreciate the approach to identify energy saving measures and perform quantitative analysis to predict the energy savings, environmental and economic benefits. Moreover, the participants should be able to measure and verify the performance of implemented energy saving measures.
Date & Time : 9, 11, 16 and 18 December 2020, 6:30 pm - 9:45 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Energy Institute (Hong Kong Branch)
Training Course on Energy Audit for Building Energy Efficiency
The main purpose of this course is to provide the participants with the fundamental principles, skills and guidelines needed to carry out effective energy audits in accordance with the Building Energy Efficiency Ordinance. After taking the course, the participants would appreciate the approach to identify energy saving measures and perform quantitative analysis to predict the energy savings, environmental and economic benefits. Moreover, the participants should be able to measure and verify the performance of implemented energy saving measures.
Date & Time : 9, 11, 16 and 18 December 2020, 6:30 pm - 9:45 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Energy Institute (Hong Kong Branch)
Hong Kong Green Building Week 2020 – Green Building Tour – Comfort Edition
The annual public campaign "Hong Kong Green Building Week" will be conducted online this year. With the theme of "Green Building Team Up!", a series of online games, experts’ sharing and engaging short videos will be released on 5-11 December 2020 to educate the public on how green building and its users work together in reducing carbon emissions. Grab the chance to win the Finale Jackpot Prize while learning green buildings!
Date & Time : 10 December 2020, 1 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong Green Building Council
ECC - 2020 Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence and Hong Kong Green Innovations Awards
The Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence (HKAEE) and Hong Kong Green Innovations Awards (HKGIA) are now open for application. The HKAEE and the HKGIA are led by the Environmental Campaign Committee (ECC) alongside the Environmental Protection Department and in conjunction with nine organisations, namely, Advisory Council on the Environment, Business Environment Council, Federation of Hong Kong Industries, Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong Productivity Council, The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, The Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Chinese Importers’ & Exporters’ Association, The Hong Kong Council of Social Service. The HKAEE is an annual award which aims to encourage organisations to implement environmental management, to measure organisations’ performance on their commitment to environmental management, and to recognise organisations with excellent performance on environmental management.
Date & Time : 11 December 2020 (application deadline)
Venue : N.A
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
Training Course on Energy Audit for Building Energy Efficiency
The main purpose of this course is to provide the participants with the fundamental principles, skills and guidelines needed to carry out effective energy audits in accordance with the Building Energy Efficiency Ordinance. After taking the course, the participants would appreciate the approach to identify energy saving measures and perform quantitative analysis to predict the energy savings, environmental and economic benefits. Moreover, the participants should be able to measure and verify the performance of implemented energy saving measures.
Date & Time : 9, 11, 16 and 18 December 2020, 6:30 pm - 9:45 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Energy Institute (Hong Kong Branch)
Hong Kong Green Building Week 2020 – Green Building Tour – Travel Edition
The annual public campaign "Hong Kong Green Building Week" will be conducted online this year. With the theme of "Green Building Team Up!", a series of online games, experts’ sharing and engaging short videos will be released on 5-11 December 2020 to educate the public on how green building and its users work together in reducing carbon emissions. Grab the chance to win the Finale Jackpot Prize while learning green buildings!
Date & Time : 8 December 2020, 1 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong Green Building Council
Hong Kong Green Building Week 2020 – Green Building Tour – Wind & Water Edition
The annual public campaign "Hong Kong Green Building Week" will be conducted online this year. With the theme of "Green Building Team Up!", a series of online games, experts’ sharing and engaging short videos will be released on 5-11 December 2020 to educate the public on how green building and its users work together in reducing carbon emissions. Grab the chance to win the Finale Jackpot Prize while learning green buildings!
Date & Time : 6 December 2020, 7 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong Green Building Council
Hong Kong Green Building Week 2020 – Live Chat Seminar: Green Building X Parenting
The annual public campaign "Hong Kong Green Building Week" will be conducted online this year. With the theme of "Green Building Team Up!", a series of online games, experts’ sharing and engaging short videos will be released on 5-11 December 2020 to educate the public on how green building and its users work together in reducing carbon emissions. Grab the chance to win the Finale Jackpot Prize while learning green buildings!
Date & Time : 6 December 2020, 4 pm - 5 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong Green Building Council
Hong Kong Green Building Week 2020 – Live Chat Seminar: Green Building Expert X Young Climate Activist
The annual public campaign "Hong Kong Green Building Week" will be conducted online this year. With the theme of "Green Building Team Up!", a series of online games, experts’ sharing and engaging short videos will be released on 5-11 December 2020 to educate the public on how green building and its users work together in reducing carbon emissions. Grab the chance to win the Finale Jackpot Prize while learning green buildings!
Date & Time : 6 December 2020, 1 pm - 2 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong Green Building Council
Hong Kong Green Building Week 2020 – Live Chat Seminar: Green Building X Climate Change
The annual public campaign "Hong Kong Green Building Week" will be conducted online this year. With the theme of "Green Building Team Up!", a series of online games, experts’ sharing and engaging short videos will be released on 5-11 December 2020 to educate the public on how green building and its users work together in reducing carbon emissions. Grab the chance to win the Finale Jackpot Prize while learning green buildings!
Date & Time : 5 December 2020, 4 pm – 5 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong Green Building Council
Hong Kong Green Building Week 2020 – Opening Ceremony & Quiz game
The annual public campaign "Hong Kong Green Building Week" will be conducted online this year. With the theme of "Green Building Team Up!", a series of online games, experts’ sharing and engaging short videos will be released on 5-11 December 2020 to educate the public on how green building and its users work together in reducing carbon emissions. Grab the chance to win the Finale Jackpot Prize while learning green buildings!
Date & Time : 5 December 2020, 1 pm – 2 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong Green Building Council
"My Green Space" Student Competition 2020-21
The HKGBC strives to enhance public understanding and awareness towards green buildings and has established “My Green Space” Student Competition (Previous Name: “My Green Space” Green Building Competition for Schools) since 2011. The Competition is intended to educate the younger generation with green building knowledge, and nurture them into pioneers in promoting green building concepts. The Competition aims to:

1. promote green building concepts and its related standards among the school community;
2. nurture critical and creative thinking by providing training to the school community and encouraging students to express their creative ideas on green building concepts;
3. transfer knowledge on green building and its related standards to students and teachers;
4. induce students behavioural changes towards green lifestyle, and spread the ideas to their families and peers.

The Competition encourages students to apply creative ideas of green building concepts in their livings, developing an ideal green space.
Date & Time : 30 November 2020, 6pm (Application Deadline)
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council Limited
“Construction Month 2020”: Construction STREAM Construction Dream - Low Carbon DIY Workshop
Since its establishment in 2007, the Construction Industry Council (CIC) has been spearheading various initiatives to elevate the quality of construction workforce and uphold the professionalism of the industry in Hong Kong.
As an annual signature event of the CIC, the “Construction Month” was incepted in 2018 to promote the industry and also to engage members of the public. It has been extremely well received by both the industrial practitioners and community.
This year, the theme of Construction Month is “Construction STREAM Construction Dream”. STREAM is an acronym that refers to the disciplines of Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and Mathematics collectively. Comprised of more than 20 captivating events, this industry mega campaign continues to allow everyone to explore and experience the imagination and creativity of construction!
Date & Time : 21, 28 November 2020
Venue : Webinars
Organisation : Construction Industry Council
Eco Expo Asia 2020
The Eco Expo Asia 2020 would be migrated online under HKTDC Autumn Sourcing Week丨ONLINE (ASWO) from 16 to 27 Nov 2020, enabling the environmental industry to continue exploring business opportunities. The Environment Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government fully supports the ASWO, featuring an interactive "Hong Kong• GO Green" virtual booth where visitors can explore Hong Kong’s latest waste management and recycling facilities, as well as green technology.
Date & Time : 16 to 27 November 2020
Venue : Online platform
Organisation : Environment Bureau, Hong Kong Trade Development Council
2020 Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence - Experience Sharing Webinars
Organisations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in the webinars.
Date & Time : 30 October 2020, 6, 13 and 27 November 2020, 2:15 pm - 5:00 pm
Venue : webinars
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
BEC EnviroSeries Conference 2020: Urban Transport on the Move: Connecting Policies, People and Business Opportunities
Transport is an important sector in Hong Kong – it enables the movements of people and goods, facilitates Hong Kong’s efficient commercial and business functions, and contributes to Hong Kong’s economic performance. At the personal level, transport supports people’s mobility needs and gets them connected.

However, unchecked growth in motorisation, over-reliance on fossil fuel vehicles and the car-centric city planning culture will exacerbate the transport sector’s impact on the environment. There are calls for rethinking the role of transport in the urban landscape and how cities should be planned so as to maintain the mobility functions on the one hand, and to minimise externalities such as air pollution, greenhouse gases emissions and the loss of public space on the other.

With COVID-19 and climate change, these questions become even more valid and pressing. It is timely and necessary for policy makers, the business sector and the general public to explore how COVID-19 and decarbonsiation will reshape urban mobility. There are opportunities to respond to the changing mobility need of people and delivery of goods as well as to transform transport operation for better efficiency and enhanced resilience.
Date & Time : 27 November 2020
Venue : Webinars
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Hydrogen Economy Conference (HEC) 2020
Hydrogen (H2) energy is one of most discussed forms of energy for the future. Its role in enhancing a sustainable living environment and circular economy is promising. BEC, Hong Kong Green Strategy Alliance, Hong Kong Environmental Industry Association and Hong Kong Association of Energy Service Companies are jointly organising this unique half-day online forum, bringing experts on international levels and presenting cutting-edge technological innovations (storage and transportation) and policy directions.
Date & Time : 23 November 2020, 2 pm – 5:35 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Business Environment Council, Hong Kong Green Strategy Alliance, Hong Kong Environmental Industry Association and Hong Kong Association of Energy Service Companies
“Construction Month 2020”: Construction STREAM Construction Dream - Low Carbon DIY Workshop
Since its establishment in 2007, the Construction Industry Council (CIC) has been spearheading various initiatives to elevate the quality of construction workforce and uphold the professionalism of the industry in Hong Kong.
As an annual signature event of the CIC, the “Construction Month” was incepted in 2018 to promote the industry and also to engage members of the public. It has been extremely well received by both the industrial practitioners and community.
This year, the theme of Construction Month is “Construction STREAM Construction Dream”. STREAM is an acronym that refers to the disciplines of Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and Mathematics collectively. Comprised of more than 20 captivating events, this industry mega campaign continues to allow everyone to explore and experience the imagination and creativity of construction!
Date & Time : 21, 28 November 2020
Venue : Webinars
Organisation : Construction Industry Council
Eco Asia Conference -Advancing Net Zero
The Eco Expo Asia 2020 would be migrated online under HKTDC Autumn Sourcing Week丨ONLINE (ASWO) from 16 to 27 Nov 2020, enabling the environmental industry to continue exploring business opportunities. The Environment Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government fully supports the ASWO, featuring an interactive "Hong Kong• GO Green" virtual booth where visitors can explore Hong Kong’s latest waste management and recycling facilities, as well as green technology.
Date & Time : 20 November 2020, 11 am – 1 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Environment Bureau, Hong Kong Green Building Council
Eco Asia Conference - Circular Economy
The Eco Expo Asia 2020 would be migrated online under HKTDC Autumn Sourcing Week丨ONLINE (ASWO) from 16 to 27 Nov 2020, enabling the environmental industry to continue exploring business opportunities. The Environment Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government fully supports the ASWO, featuring an interactive "Hong Kong• GO Green" virtual booth where visitors can explore Hong Kong’s latest waste management and recycling facilities, as well as green technology.
Date & Time : 20 November 2020, 4 pm – 6 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Environment Bureau, Business Environment Council
2020 Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence - Experience Sharing Webinars
Organisations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in the webinars.
Date & Time : 30 October 2020, 6, 13 and 27 November 2020, 2:15 pm - 5:00 pm
Venue : webinars
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
SBTi Asia Webinar Series: Demystifying Science-based Targets: Discussion & Sharing Session
CDP Hong Kong, WWF Singapore, WRI Indonesia, UN Global Compact Malaysia (GCMY) and UN Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) are proud to jointly present the first SBTi webinar series for an Asia-focused discussion, guidance and deep dive into Science-based Targets (SBT) setting.

The four-part series will touch on:
1) The Business Case for Setting Science-based Targets
2) Technical Guidance for Setting and Achieving Science-based Targets
3) Demystifying Science-based Targets: Discussion & Sharing Session
4) Science-based Targets for Financial Institutions
Date & Time : 20, October 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm; 27, October 2020, 10 am – 11:30 am; 3, November 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm; 10, November 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm
Venue : Webinars
Organisation : CDP Hong Kong, WWF Singapore, WRI Indonesia, UN Global Compact Malaysia (GCMY), UN Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS)
Is Hong Kong Ready to Ride on China’s Carbon Neutral Pledge?
At the United Nations General Assembly on 22 September 2020, President Xi Jinping made a pledge that China would achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. China’s commitment to an absolute carbon reduction target has brought positivity and fresh impetus to the global climate discussion and initiatives. Many are keen to find out how China could become carbon neutral in 40 years and more so on lessons to be learned. In Hong Kong, as we are working on the city’s long-term decarbonisation target, what does China’s ambition mean for us?

In the webinar, experts in public policy, energy and climate change and business leaders will share their thoughts on China’s pledge, the impact on climate actions worldwide, and the implications on Hong Kong’s decarbonisation strategy and business action on climate change.
Date & Time : 9 November 2020, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Venue : Webinars
Organisation : Business Environment Council
2020 Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence - Experience Sharing Webinars
Organisations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in the webinars.
Date & Time : 30 October 2020, 6, 13 and 27 November 2020, 2:15 pm - 5:00 pm
Venue : webinars
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
SBTi Asia Webinar Series: Demystifying Science-based Targets: Discussion & Sharing Session
CDP Hong Kong, WWF Singapore, WRI Indonesia, UN Global Compact Malaysia (GCMY) and UN Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) are proud to jointly present the first SBTi webinar series for an Asia-focused discussion, guidance and deep dive into Science-based Targets (SBT) setting.

The four-part series will touch on:
1) The Business Case for Setting Science-based Targets
2) Technical Guidance for Setting and Achieving Science-based Targets
3) Demystifying Science-based Targets: Discussion & Sharing Session
4) Science-based Targets for Financial Institutions
Date & Time : 20, October 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm; 27, October 2020, 10 am – 11:30 am; 3, November 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm; 10, November 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm
Venue : Webinars
Organisation : CDP Hong Kong, WWF Singapore, WRI Indonesia, UN Global Compact Malaysia (GCMY), UN Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS)
CarbonCare® Label 2020
The CarbonCare® Label is a unique scheme launched in late 2011, over 360 labels have been awarded to listed companies, private companies, government departments, public bodies, social enterprises, NGOs, hotels, commercial buildings/ venues etc. The Scheme has evolved much to reflect and recognise the sustainability efforts of businesses and organisations.

The theme of CarbonCare® Label 2020 responds to the call by the global “Race to Zero” campaign to rally leadership and support from businesses, cities, regions and investors worldwide for a healthy, resilient, zero carbon recovery after the pandemic. Linking decarbonisation to sustainable recovery is the pathway to prevent future threats, create decent jobs and unlock inclusive, sustainable growth in a post-COVID era.
Date & Time : 31 October 2020 (application deadline)
Venue : NA
Organisation : CarbonCare InnoLab
2020 Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence - Experience Sharing Webinars
Organisations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in the webinars.
Date & Time : 30 October 2020, 6, 13 and 27 November 2020, 2:15 pm - 5:00 pm
Venue : webinars
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
ReThink 2020
Supported by the Hong Kong Green Building Council, the ReThink 2020 would be held in Hong Kong on 28 & 29 October 2020 (Wednesday & Thursday).

ReThink is being designed specifically for professionals who are driven by, or challenged with, sustainability goals for their business or organisation, and the 2020 event is focused on how we can help business accelerate change towards a more sustainable future. Through inspiring speakers, action-focused discussions and real-life solutions, ReThink 2020 will provide answers to this question, through a carefully curated two-day conference and workshop programme supported by an innovation showcase with the best in suppliers and service providers.
Date & Time : 28 – 29 October 2020
Venue : K11 ATELIER King's Road
Organisation : ReThink
SBTi Asia Webinar Series: Demystifying Science-based Targets: Discussion & Sharing Session
CDP Hong Kong, WWF Singapore, WRI Indonesia, UN Global Compact Malaysia (GCMY) and UN Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) are proud to jointly present the first SBTi webinar series for an Asia-focused discussion, guidance and deep dive into Science-based Targets (SBT) setting.

The four-part series will touch on:
1) The Business Case for Setting Science-based Targets
2) Technical Guidance for Setting and Achieving Science-based Targets
3) Demystifying Science-based Targets: Discussion & Sharing Session
4) Science-based Targets for Financial Institutions
Date & Time : 20, October 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm; 27, October 2020, 10 am – 11:30 am; 3, November 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm; 10, November 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm
Venue : Webinars
Organisation : CDP Hong Kong, WWF Singapore, WRI Indonesia, UN Global Compact Malaysia (GCMY), UN Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS)
The 6th International Symposium on Regional Air Quality Management and the 2nd GBA Air Forum
The 6th International Symposium on Regional Air Quality Management in Rapidly Developing Economic Regions and the 2nd Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Air Forum (6RAQM) is going online for the very first time with free-of-charge participation arrangement due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

With this special online conference setting, 6RAQM program will be shorter than before. Speakers of the 6RAQM main program are all by-invitation only, and participants (including students) are encouraged to submit an abstract for the selection of online poster presentations.
Date & Time : 20, 21 October 2020
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : Institute for the Environment, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Institute of Qualified Environmental Professionals Limited, Institute for Environmental and Climate Research, Jinan University, Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, Tsinghua University
Becoming an Environmental “Ir” in Hong Kong - Why, What and How
The career talk provided by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) Environmental Division aims to:
- provide clear career path and achieve Scheme "A" training to acquire Chartered Engineer in Environmental Discipline;
- encourage students and graduates in Engineering and related disciplines to join the HKIE Environmental Division;
- establish a collaboration and relationship with HKIE Environmental Division.
Date & Time : 21 October 2020, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Venue : City University of Hong Kong
Organisation : Green Sense
SBTi Asia Webinar Series: Demystifying Science-based Targets: Discussion & Sharing Session
CDP Hong Kong, WWF Singapore, WRI Indonesia, UN Global Compact Malaysia (GCMY) and UN Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) are proud to jointly present the first SBTi webinar series for an Asia-focused discussion, guidance and deep dive into Science-based Targets (SBT) setting.

The four-part series will touch on:
1) The Business Case for Setting Science-based Targets
2) Technical Guidance for Setting and Achieving Science-based Targets
3) Demystifying Science-based Targets: Discussion & Sharing Session
4) Science-based Targets for Financial Institutions
Date & Time : 20, October 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm; 27, October 2020, 10 am – 11:30 am; 3, November 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm; 10, November 2020, 4 pm – 5:30 pm
Venue : Webinars
Organisation : CDP Hong Kong, WWF Singapore, WRI Indonesia, UN Global Compact Malaysia (GCMY), UN Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS)
TEDxEncompassHK Count Down. Go Far
2020 is the year for Countdown, a bold, global movement to find ways to shift, more rapidly, to a world with net zero greenhouse gas emissions and tackle the climate crisis. We hope through our TEDxEncompassHK events with our theme “Countdown. Go Far”, with keynote speaker Mr. Lam Chiu Ying (Former Director of Observatory), we’ll be able to drive individual behavioral changes in combating the climate crisis.
Date & Time : 18 October 2020
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : TEDxEncompass HK
TEDxTinHau Countdown: We can change climate change
TEDxTinHau is bringing Countdown, the global climate action event, to Hong Kong on Saturday October 17th 2020 in a day that will showcase ideas and actions that can help change climate change.

TEDxTinHau Countdown brings you a day of community activities, planet-friendly lunches and of course incredible TEDx speakers sharing ideas that amplify and demonstrate climate action solutions. Your TEDxTinHau Countdown speakers of 2020 are Lance Lau, Tanja Wessels, Ollie Haas, Peggy Chan, Jonathan Cybulski and Keilem Ng.

Part of the global Countdown initiative, the goal is to champion and accelerate solutions to the climate crisis, turning ideas into action. Countdown is focused on looking at five key areas – energy, transport, materials, food and nature. These areas are chosen as areas where action will have the biggest impact.
TEDxTinHau Countdown is brought to you by the volunteer committee whose inspiring events have previously brought the TEDx Women programme to Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 17 October 2020
Venue : Online Platform/in person (details upon registration)
Organisation : TEDxTinHau
TEDxCivic Exchange
TEDxCivic Exchange will introduce Hong Kong to community leaders working toward climate solutions for our city via a series of virtual gatherings that include presentations, panel discussions, and case studies.

TEDxCivicExchange prides in its focus on pushing for systemic change, providing a platform for policymakers, businesses, and civil society to collectively launch Hong Kong’s pathway to climate transition. Our theme is “Our Time is Now for Climate Action”. Our COUNTDOWN to a better future starts now.
Date & Time : 14 October 2020
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : TEDxCivic Exchange
Green Sense No Air Con Night 2020
Big changes starting with one single move. All can take action on easing the Global Warming. While turning on the air con at home on hot days, are you aware of heating up the outdoor temperature? Hong Kong consumed 4.48 billion kWh of electricity in 2019, of which air-conditioning made up around 30% (1.34 billion kWh of electricity) of the total, that equates releasing 7.44 million tonnes of carbon emission to the atmosphere. If we rely on indoor air conditioning when the weather gets hotter, a vicious positive feedback is formed in warming the planet. Using less air conditioning is truly a way in cooling the Earth.

All are welcome to join the “No Air Con Night 2020″ on 9th October (suggesting from 7 pm). The first step of change can be taken by turning off the air con at home together.
Date & Time : 9 October 2020, suggesting from 7 pm
Venue : NA
Organisation : Green Sense
United Nations' SDGs and the Private Sector
The United Nations has mapped out 17 SDGs for all the countries to work towards by 2030 so that there will be a better and more sustainable future for everyone. Currently, governments from around the world have setup various relevant domestic priorities as their contribution towards this SDGs initiative.

Government is an important actor to help lead the society and spearhead key relevant priorities but other actors within the community are as important to ensure the successful delivery and implementation of these priorities. The private sector is important within society's economic, social and cultural fabric, and their role and contribution would be critical to ensure the success of achieving these sustainable development goals.
Date & Time : 24 September 2020, 1:45 pm – 6:30 pm
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : United Nations Institute for Training and Research, Global Institute of Excellence
UN Climate Week Webinar 2020 Looking Ahead: A Year for Action towards Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
The United Nations (UN) Climate Week inspires individuals and organizations to become part of the momentum created by the global climate agreement in Paris. It is a collaborative platform where both governments and non-governmental organizations stakeholders gather to address the gamut of relevant climate issues under one umbrella. This webinar is co-sponsored by the American Alliance of Museums and the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Museums have enormous carbon footprints. COVID-19 led to the postponement of COP 26 to 2021. UN Climate Week 2020 provides a unique opportunity for the museum community to accelerate peer learning, expedite ongoing initiatives and jumpstart needed programs. Come listen to this global panel of experts to celebrate what they are doing in their own region and their own community.
Date & Time : 22 September 2020
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : American Alliance of Museums, Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change
BEC Low Carbon Charter Workshop: How to reduce emissions along the company value chain
The BEC Low Carbon Charter has mobilised 71 companies and organisations across all sectors in Hong Kong in pledging to set and achieve decarbonisation targets towards a sustainable and low carbon future since its launch in March 2019. Most companies would choose to focus on reducing their scope 1 and 2 emissions at the beginning of their decarbonisation journey. However, in order to limit global average temperature rise within 2°C to avoid the worst and irreversible effects of climate change, there is a mounting urgency for companies to also decarbonise their value chains, especially for companies with a substantial part of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions lie outside their own operations.

Scope 3 emission is more complex, so where do you start? How do you set a robust yet achievable scope 3 target, and how do you engage with your business partners to decarbonise? The webinar will feature an introduction on scope 3 emissions. Industry peers will share experience and best practice on value chain decarbonisation. Topics like scope 3 target-setting and emission reduction, as well as stakeholder engagement will be discussed during the session.

If you wish to achieve deeper decarbonisation or know more about value chain decarbonisation, come join us and take part in the discussion.
Date & Time : 21 September 2020, 3:30 pm – 5:10 pm
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Call for Corporate Volunteers! - Green Living Day (September), Green Delight in Estates 2020
We are now recruiting corporate volunteers to join BEC and the Hong Kong Housing Authority (HA) to launch the Green Living Days and in September, under the long-term community environmental programme Green Delight in Estates (GDE).

Since 2012, BEC had been partnering with HA on GDE programme launch. The programme aims to raise the environmental awareness among Public Rental Housing (PRH) residents and instill a culture of protecting and improving the environment. Comprising territory-wide campaigns on main environmental themes and educational and promotional environmental programmes designed by green groups for individual estates, the programme has rolled out in phases to ultimately cover all PRH estates under HA.
Date & Time : 20 September 2020, 1:15 – 5:15 pm
Venue : Wu King Estate, Tuen Mun, New Territories
Organisation : Tai Wo Hau Estate, Kwai Tsing, New Territories
BSOMES - 10th Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area Webinar Conference on Operation and Maintenance in Buildings
Supported by the Hong Kong Green Building Council, the 10th Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area Webinar Conference on Operation and Maintenance in Buildings would be conducted on 18 September 2020 (Friday).

Themed “Making Smart Buildings Smarter”, this annual conference is organised by the Building Services Operation and Maintenance Executives Society (BSOMES), to promote the best practices of building services operation and maintenance to the society of Hong Kong and the counterparts in the Greater Bay Area.
Date & Time : 18 September 2020
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Building Services Operation and Maintenance Executives Society (BSOMES)
Science Based Targets in Reality – The Swire Coca-Cola Case Study
Setting Science Based Targets in reality remains challenging for many companies, who find themselves challenged by both the depth of the carbon targets required and the long term strategic nature of the target setting exercise. However, another picture is emerging – that going through the SBT process unlocks innovative new approaches that help manage material environmental risks and strengthen the core business along with reducing the carbon footprint.

This webinar introduces the approach taken by Swire Coca-Cola in the context of the food and beverage sector and will look at:

• The business case behind SCC’s SBT which is one of the most ambitious in the sector
• The major drivers behind the carbon reduction strategy
• The key implementation challenges
• Insights for other Hong Kong and Asian businesses interested in SBTs and in particular those participating in the BEC Low Carbon Charter
Date & Time : 15 September 2020, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Call for Corporate Volunteers! - Green Living Day (September), Green Delight in Estates 2020
We are now recruiting corporate volunteers to join BEC and the Hong Kong Housing Authority (HA) to launch the Green Living Days and in September, under the long-term community environmental programme Green Delight in Estates (GDE).

Since 2012, BEC had been partnering with HA on GDE programme launch. The programme aims to raise the environmental awareness among Public Rental Housing (PRH) residents and instill a culture of protecting and improving the environment. Comprising territory-wide campaigns on main environmental themes and educational and promotional environmental programmes designed by green groups for individual estates, the programme has rolled out in phases to ultimately cover all PRH estates under HA.
Date & Time : 12 September 2020, 1:15 – 5:15 pm
Venue : Wu King Estate, Tuen Mun, New Territories
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Climate Change and HK Biodiversity
In this talk, we’ll look at some of the science behind climate change and its impact on HK’s biodiversity. We’ll discuss some of the current measures to mitigate those changes and what more can be done.
Date & Time : 1 September 2020, 9:00 – 10:00 pm
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : Encompass HK
Hong Kong Green Shop Alliance
The Hong Kong Green Shop Alliance (the “Alliance”) aims to provide a platform that fosters a green shopping environment and helps shopping mall operators and shop tenants adopt sustainable best practices. The Alliance has developed a “Green Shop Pledge”. Shop tenants are invited to take the Pledge to incorporate suitable green measures in their daily operations. Shopping mall operators are also invited to join the Alliance to drive more sustainable practices with tenants.

Applications are now open. Shopping mall operators and shop tenants who are interested in joining the Alliance, please click the link to view the dedicated website for more information and application forms.
Date & Time : Ongoing
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
Friends of Green Building
"Friends of Green Building" is a platform for Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC) to keep the public updated about the news and activities of its Public Education Committee (PEC), including the latest HKGBC green building education initiatives such as highlights of activities, campaigns and programmes, as well as any upcoming activities organised by the HKGBC, for instance, seminars, guided tours, contests, exhibitions, funfairs etc.
Date & Time : Ongoing
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC): Weekend Guided Tour
The first of its kind in the world, the MoCC offers an interactive and multimedia exhibition showcasing valuable collections and information about climate change.
Date & Time : Every Saturday 10:00 - 11:00 am (except public holiday)
Venue : 8/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia
Sustainability Hub
A series of interactive computer games on climate change and a low-carbon lifestyle.
Date & Time : Ongoing
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia
Climate Change on Wine - Going green from grapes to glass
Through this online event, we will learn about the climate change on wine in classic wine regions and understand how winegrowers and producers encourage environmental stewardship and sustainability to adapt to the changes, which aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Date & Time : 25 August 2020, 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : Encompass HK
Drink Carton Upcycling Workshop (Online)
有試過想將紙包飲品盒回收但找不到回收點嗎?不如將飲品盒「升級再造」!「紙包飲品盒再生工作坊」將以視像形式進行,由導師講解香港的紙包飲品盒棄置及回收情況,並教授如何將廢棄飲品盒「升級再造」,製成獨一無二的散紙包。成功報名的參加者將獲發材料包。
(Chinese Only)
Date & Time : 8 August 2020, 11:00 am – 12:00 nn
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia
International Conference on Sustainable Design and Environment 2020
The conference intends to promote the interest and awareness in sustainable living by bringing people together to exchange knowledge of sustainability research, as well as share the global trend on research directions and new tools for analysis. The conference will welcome academics, industry partner, researchers, and students who share a common interest in interdisciplinary research on sustainability.
Date & Time : 6 August 2020, 9:00 am – 5:45 pm
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : THEi
Zero Waste, No Disgrace' Exhibition
The 'Zero Waste, No Disgrace' Exhibition, with the aid of art installations, is designed to reveal Hong Kong's resource consumption and waste generation patterns, and to inspire visitors to waste less and to live a green and sustainable lifestyle. The exhibition will also showcase the outcomes of the ‘Waste Reduction Project’, one of the signature environmental education programmes of the Museum. Visitors will gain a better understanding of how the 25 participating schools of the ‘Waste Reduction Project’ achieve waste reduction and sustainable waste management.
Date & Time : 4 May – 31 July 2020
Venue : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change Yasumoto International Academic Park 8/F The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Near Exit D, MTR University Station)
Organisation : The Chinese University of Hong Kong
BEC Low Carbon Charter Workshop: How to Set Robust Decarbonisation Targets
The workshop will feature introductions on climate change in Hong Kong's context and target-setting; industry peers will share experience and insights relating to setting targets and engaging stakeholders throughout the process; and participants will have an opportunity to exchange ideas and to listen to experts opinions on the challenges in the target-setting phase.
Date & Time : 31 Jul 2020, 9:30 am - 11:45 am
Venue : BEC Auditorium, G/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : Business Environment Council
建造低碳綠色生活 (Chinese only)
今個7月,建造業零碳天地繼續推出「#建造低碳綠色生活」定期工作坊及活動,涵蓋運動、健康、藝術及親子等元素,讓大家可以一邊享受親子時光,一邊活得健康。記得mark實以下活動日子,並於一星期前上網登記參加呀!(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 4,8,11,18,22,25 July 2020
Venue : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
Organisation : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
建造低碳綠色生活 (Chinese only)
今個7月,建造業零碳天地繼續推出「#建造低碳綠色生活」定期工作坊及活動,涵蓋運動、健康、藝術及親子等元素,讓大家可以一邊享受親子時光,一邊活得健康。記得mark實以下活動日子,並於一星期前上網登記參加呀!(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 4,8,11,18,22,25 July 2020
Venue : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
Organisation : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
建造低碳綠色生活 (Chinese only)
今個7月,建造業零碳天地繼續推出「#建造低碳綠色生活」定期工作坊及活動,涵蓋運動、健康、藝術及親子等元素,讓大家可以一邊享受親子時光,一邊活得健康。記得mark實以下活動日子,並於一星期前上網登記參加呀!(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 4,8,11,18,22,25 July 2020
Venue : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
Organisation : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
建造低碳綠色生活 (Chinese only)
今個7月,建造業零碳天地繼續推出「#建造低碳綠色生活」定期工作坊及活動,涵蓋運動、健康、藝術及親子等元素,讓大家可以一邊享受親子時光,一邊活得健康。記得mark實以下活動日子,並於一星期前上網登記參加呀!(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 4,8,11,18,22,25 July 2020
Venue : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
Organisation : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
建造低碳綠色生活 (Chinese only)
今個7月,建造業零碳天地繼續推出「#建造低碳綠色生活」定期工作坊及活動,涵蓋運動、健康、藝術及親子等元素,讓大家可以一邊享受親子時光,一邊活得健康。記得mark實以下活動日子,並於一星期前上網登記參加呀!(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 4,8,11,18,22,25 July 2020
Venue : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
Organisation : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
BEC EnviroSeries Conference 2020 Business Sustainability in the midst of Disruption, Turbulence and Recovery
Reflecting on the unprecedented disruption the world is facing in recent months, the main objective of this conference is to challenge our conventional wisdom and find an innovative, low carbon approach to recover from the lows of the COVID-19 outbreak. The conference will highlight the tough challenges, extended risks as well as new-found opportunities faced by businesses in such difficult time, and to showc0ase how corporate leaders are building resilience and adaptability into their business planning and operations for long-term sustainability.
Date & Time : 8 Jul 2020 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : The Mira Hong Kong
Organisation : Business environment council
Seminar on Integrating Sustainable Development Goals into Corporate Sustainability
In order to enhance private-sector enthusiasm for and adoption of the SDGs in Hong Kong, this seminar aims at promoting and guiding serious consideration and integration of SDGs into corporate sustainability initiatives and efforts. Corporate leaders will share their experience, insight and leadership regarding leading the usual change of organizations toward sustainability; participants will be able to learn about the value and ways of contributing to SDGs.
Date & Time : 7 July, 2020, 09:00 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : Webinar (the link will be sent 1 week before the event)
Organisation : Green Council
建造低碳綠色生活 (Chinese only)
今個7月,建造業零碳天地繼續推出「#建造低碳綠色生活」定期工作坊及活動,涵蓋運動、健康、藝術及親子等元素,讓大家可以一邊享受親子時光,一邊活得健康。記得mark實以下活動日子,並於一星期前上網登記參加呀!(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 4,8,11,18,22,25 July 2020
Venue : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
Organisation : CIC-Zero Carbon Park
Green Elites Campus Accreditation Programme
With an aim to nurture primary students to develop green living behaviour at an early age, the Green Elites Campus Accreditation Programme was officially launched in 2015/16 school year, to encourage students and teachers to apply green tips in their daily lives. As part of the Programme, the Green Elites Portal is an online platform for all primary school students in Hong Kong to learn green habits in a fun way through interactive games and content.
Date & Time : Academic Year 2018/19 & 2019/20
Venue : Participating schools, various visitation location
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Energy Innovation for Smart City Competition 2019-2020
Upper form secondary students team up to propose and implement innovative projects for promoting energy saving and energy efficiency to the community.
Date & Time : Application: Oct 2019 Final Competition: June 2020
Venue : Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Organisation : CLP Power HK Limited, The Electrical Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Training Course on "Management of Carbon Footprint"
Will climate change really be changed by recent economic slowdown?
No matter the economic impact, climate change is still around! Companies should continuously focus on the reduction of carbon emissions; hence, the demand for the carbon footprint management solution is to see a higher adoption rate in the near future.
Green Council would like to invite environmental or engineering professionals to join us live in an exclusive interactive online training which will focus on the carbon footprint management.
Date & Time : 29 June 2020, Monday, 9:00-17:00
Venue : Webinar
Organisation : Green Council
New Era of Retro-commissioning RCx for Building Energy Efficiency
Since 2017, Building Services Operation and Maintenance Executives Society (BSOMES), Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC) and EMSD have started to promote the awareness and develop guidelines for implementing RCx within the sector. With the funding support of Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme (PASS), BSOMES organizes the seminar to share Hong Kong’s building services operation and maintenance engineers’ knowledge, skills and latest trends on implementing RCx, enhance their understanding of the challenges and opportunities on regional collaboration with the Mainland and ASEAN market, thereby uplifting the service standards and competitiveness of the sector.
Date & Time : 16 June 2020, Tuesday ,14:00-17:30
Venue : BEC Auditorium G/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Organisation : BSOMES
The 13th BEAM Affiliate Training and Examination
BEAM Society Limited (BSL) is pleased to announce that the 13th BEAM Affiliate Training and Examination is now open for registration! Practitioners working in the construction or real estate industry (including planning, design, construction, testing, commissioning, operation, maintenance, facility management, product supplies or interior design), or recent graduates are welcomed.
Date & Time : Application deadline: 12 June 2020, Friday; Examination date: 7 July 2020, Tuesday, 09:00‐11:00 / 12:00‐14:00 / 15:00‐17:00
Venue : Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority 17 Tseuk Luk Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : BEAM Society Limited
比瘟疫難搞的氣候緊急狀態 (Chinese only)
目前氣候變化像瘟疫流行之前一刻,即將進入氣候緊急狀態,本講座將介紹已見現象及預計的災難,以及討論應對之道。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 28 MAY 2020 (Thursday) 15:00 - 16:00
Venue : Online (Zoom)
Organisation : School of Continuing Education Hong Kong Baptist University
EWB Hong Kong - Dialogue with Mo: Climate Change & of Sustainable Future
The dialogue-type seminar is organised by the Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong (EWB Hong Kong). Mr LEUNG Wing-mo, the former assistant director of the Hong Kong Observatory will be the key speaker. The organiser also invited 3 young professionals with different background, including Civil Engineering, Building Sustainability and International NGO for poverty relief to have the dialogue with Mr LEUNG. There will be 3 sub-themes throughout the session, which are: (1) Urban Resilience; (2) Green Building; (3) Climate Justice. This will be a 2-hours Cantonese speaking event, and open for professionals and general public.
Date & Time : 43968
Venue : Shop B108-B113,B115 & B139, B1, Mira Place One, 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council Limited
What the pandemic teaches us about fighting climate change
In our talk we’ll look at what climate change means now in 2020, and draw some interesting parallels between climate change and the pandemic.

We'll also having sharing from Zara Campion (http://encompasshk.com/zaracampion/) - a young climate activist who founded the Climate Action Hong Kong group in Hong Kong to share her experience in challenges and opportunities in fighting for climate actions in Hong Kong
Date & Time : 13 MAY 2020 9-10 PM
Venue : Online Webinar
Organisation : Encompass HK
Online Heritage and Sustainability Workshops
During this time of physical distancing, founder of Ki Culture, Caitlin Southwick, will be hosting live webinars for cultural heritage professionals around the world from 14 April to 30 July 2020. These interactive webinars will help practitioners understand how to engage with sustainability and be part of this global transformation.
Date & Time : 14 April – 30 July 2020
Venue : Online Platform
Organisation : The Chinese University of Hong Kong he Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change
Walk for Living Water 2020
The Walk aims to raise funds to support both Amity water and sanitation facility construction projects in poor areas and the advocacy work to raise awareness of the global water crisis. Participants could choose their most convenient time and a safe venue to walk. While the activity is good for both physical and psychological health, it is also helping the people and areas in need to improve living conditions and environment, for a healthier and a more sustainable future.
Date & Time : 1 - 13 April 2020
Venue : N/A
Organisation : Amity Foundation, Hong Kong (Water Supplies Department is a co-organiser)
Dialogue with Mo: Climate Change & Sustainable Future
The Dialogue is conceived as a cross-over amongst scientist, engineer, sustainability professional and development practitioner.
Date & Time : 4 April 2020
Venue : The Commercial Press Tsimshatsui Book Centre, B1, Mira Place One, 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Organisation : Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong
大埔免「廢」社區 2019 (Chinese only)
本會將於2019年11月至2020年2月,於大埔區籌辦第二年減少固體廢物項目「大埔免『廢』社區2019」,是次活動由環境保護署贊助,為大埔區2019/20年度社區參與環境保護項目。
是次計劃目的是鼓勵區內院校及家庭了解本港減廢議題,善用區內環保設施和社區資源共享網絡,培養定期回收和廢物再利用的生活習慣。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : December 2019 – February 2020
Venue : Tai Po
Organisation : Green Sense
8th BEAM Affiliate Training and Examination
綠建通才為一項全新的專業資格,歡迎來自建造/物業、室內設計行業的技術員工,以及正爭取專業資格的大學或文憑畢業生加入。

申請成為綠建通才的兩大原因:
知識:要成功考獲綠建通才資格,必須接受培訓課程和學習。過程中,申請人對綠色建築的知識將會提升。

認同:綠建通才認可申請人的綠色建築知識。
(只有中文)
Date & Time : To be advised
Venue : To be advised
Organisation : The Hong Kong Green Building Council, BEAM Society Limited
E&M Carnival 2020
The E&M Carnival 2020 is organised by the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department and co-organised by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and various leading organisations of E&M trade from the utilities, gas, public transport, public housing and recreation sectors to promote E&M safety, energy efficiency and application of innovative technology. The Carnival is one of the largest public education programmes of its kind in Hong Kong.

The E&M Carnival 2020 will be a two-day event to be held on 22 (Sat) and 23 (Sun) February 2020 at Cheung Sha Wan Playground. The Carnival will feature educational game booths, children’s corner and stage performance, etc.
Date & Time : 22-02-2020(SAT) 11a.m.-5p.m. 23-02-2020(SUN) 10a.m.-5p.m.
Venue : Cheung Sha Wan Playground Cheung Sha Wan MTR Station(Exit B)
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
Technical Seminar: CIWEM-Sustainable Packaging Journey for Swire Coca-Cola Hong Kong
The CIWEM Hong Kong branch invite you to attend a technical seminar on sustainable packaging by Suzanne Cheung, Head of Sustainability at Swire Coca-Cola HK Limited. Suzanne will discuss how Swire Coca-Cola Hong Kong manage the impact and footprint of their single-use beverage packaging.

To align with their four-point strategy of “Drink Without Waste” - reduce, redesign, recover and recycle, Swire Coca-Cola Hong Kong aims to use 100% technically recyclable packaging and to minimize the weight of packaging by applying improved packaging design, using new technologies, and participating in partnerships with key stakeholders to work towards a closed-loop economy. In this presentation Suzanne will share the past achievements, committed plans and challenges faced in this sustainable packaging journey.
Date & Time : 21-02-2020(Friday) 19:00-20:00
Venue : Meeting Room, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay Hong Kong
Organisation : The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (Environmental Division)
CPD Event – Technical Visit to the First ArchSD MiC Project Site
This technical visit is targeted at green building practitioners in developer/consultant firms who have an interest in Modular Integrated Construction (MiC). The project is the first Architectural Services Department (ArchSD) project adopting “MiC” (Modular Integrated Construction) technique on a large scale. It is a disciplined services quarters located at Pak Shing Kok, Tseung Kwan O and is built for the staff of Fire Services Department. The construction contract commenced in Q3 2018. Completion is expected in late 2020. This project consists of 5 towers that are 16-17 storeys high, each floor is made up of 8 units providing 648 units in total. The units are 50 sq.m 3-bedroom type. There are about 3,800 MiC modules. More than 1/10 of the modules have been installed on-site.
Date & Time : 01-02-2020 (Saturday) 9:15 am - 12:30 pm
Venue : Construction Site of Disciplined Services Quarters for the FSD at Pak Shing Kok (Assembly Point: Tseung Kwan O MTR station; a coach will be arranged to the project site)
Organisation : ArchSD and its contractor
Post-COP25 Hong Kong Forum
At the Forum, Civic Exchange researcher will share his insights from attending COP25 in Madrid and we will be joined by speakers from California, Beijing and locally from Hong Kong to share their perspectives on the way forward to achieve the essential emissions reduction science advises us.
Date & Time : 17 January 2020 (Friday) 9:00am – 12:30pm
Venue : The Auditorium at the Business Environment Council, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : Business Environment Council, Civic Exchange and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Green Carnival
Organised by the Green Council since 2004, the Green Carnival is one of the most popular public environmental educational events in Hong Kong. Through informative and attractive booths and activities, the carnival spreads the message of green and low carbon living in daily life and promotes clean recycling.
Date & Time : 12 January 2020 (Sunday) 10:00- 17:00
Venue : Kowloon Park Piazza, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Organisation : Green Council
Green Studio
The first mobile classroom equipped with an interactive 4D movie which delivers messages on climate change and environmental protection to primary schools students and the public. In 2017, a new Multi-Purpose Vehicle joined hands with the Green Studio to offer fun and engaging energy efficiency and conservation experience through its open stage and various digital equipment.
Date & Time : Ongoing, by appointment
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Smart Power Campaign
Organise a series of activities for the public, especially students, such as roving exhibitions, lectures and visits, etc.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : HK Electric
CLP Smart Energy Centre
By partnering with the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation and using innovative technology developed by local start-up companies, the centre aims to introduce smart home and business solutions and promote smarter and greener lifestyles to customers. It features smart home devices suitable for small flats in Hong Kong and offer smart solutions to help business optimise their operations and services.
Date & Time : Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, Saturday from 9am to 1pm (Except Public Holidays)
Venue : G/F, 13 -17 Fung Nin Road, Yuen Long
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
POWER YOU Kindergarten Visitation Programme
The POWER YOU Kindergarten Education Kit, developed by CLP Power, is an electricity-themed education kit. A visitation programme has also been launched and CLP Power’s engineers and ambassadors will visit the kindergartens, introducing engineering as professions to the students, sharing basic knowledge of the power journey, safe use of electricity and energy saving tips.
Date & Time : Ongoing, by appointment
Venue : Participating kindergartens
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Engineer in School
This school outreach programme is designed to educate students about energy issues and inspire them to pursue careers in power engineering. CLP young engineers guide junior secondary students through a series of interactive and innovative activities, including school talks, energy day camps and engineer experience tour. In 2018/19 school year, CLP will reach out to about 10,000 students from 50 secondary schools.
Date & Time : 2018/19 School Year
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
CLP Smart Energy Experience Centre
By partnering with the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation and using innovative technology developed by local start-up companies, the centre aims to introduce smart home and business solutions and promote smarter and greener lifestyles to customers. It features smart home devices suitable for small flats in Hong Kong and offer smart solutions to help business optimise their operations and services.
Date & Time : Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, Saturday from 9am to 1pm (Except Public Holidays)
Venue : G/F, 13 -17 Fung Nin Road, Yuen Long
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Green Elites
「綠戰士」環保教育網站是為中華電力有限公司之綠優校園認證計劃的其中一項元素,透過教育與的網上活動,讓學生培養環保生活習慣,成為環保先鋒,並在家庭、學校及社區中持續實踐環保生活,鼓勵家人及朋友一起節能減碳,共同應對氣候變化,為保護環境出一分力。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : Ongoing
Venue : NA
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Smart Power Centre Visit
To demonstrate energy-efficient electrical equipment & introduce tips on the safe use of electricity
Date & Time : Ongoing, by appointment
Venue : 11/F , Electric Centre, 28 City Garden Road
Organisation : HK Electric
Environmental Campaign Packages
A series of interactive computer games on climate change and a low-carbon lifestyle, reinforcing environmental education activities in schools and by NGOs; available at no charge to schools and NGOs.
Date & Time : Ongoing
Venue : School campuses and Non-governmental organization (NGO) facilities
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia
The Science Explorer
These tours are guided by our ambassadors who will guide visitors to check out different thematic areas in Science Explorer including the green and environmental friendly architectural design (Green Concepts and Green Trail).
Date & Time : Ongoing, by appointment
Venue : 1/F Core Building 1, 1 East Avenue, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin
Organisation : Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation
CLP Power Connect Programme
CLP Power Connect programme aims to encourage customers to reduce electricity use and care for the community. Participants who save home energy can claim a variety of rewards with the CLP Eco Points earned, while CLP Power will allocate HK$20 million to provide subsidies for around 40,000 households including single elderly people and elderly couples, disabled people, low-income families and people living in subdivided units this year. Each beneficiary household will receive a HK$500 electricity subsidy.
Date & Time : 1/1/2019 – 31/12/2019
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
The Drama of Climate Change — ‘Combating Climate Change: Towards a Low-carbon Future’
「氣候變化奇幻劇場」之《識『碳』識食救未來》是環保基金「氣候變化奇幻劇場與低碳未來」的重點項目。劇場以低碳飲食為主題,劇情兼具知識和奇幻元素,更編排了多段互動環節,引導學生思考氣候變化和環境問題,鼓勵他們即時改變習慣,實踐低碳生活。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : September – December 2019, by appointment
Venue : School campus
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Drama of Climate Change — ‘Combating Climate Change: Towards a Low-carbon Future’
「氣候變化奇幻劇場」之《識『碳』識食救未來》是環保基金「氣候變化奇幻劇場與低碳未來」的重點項目。劇場以低碳飲食為主題,劇情兼具知識和奇幻元素,更編排了多段互動環節,引導學生思考氣候變化和環境問題,鼓勵他們即時改變習慣,實踐低碳生活。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : September – December 2019, by appointment
Venue : School campus
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Drama of Climate Change — ‘Combating Climate Change: Towards a Low-carbon Future’
「氣候變化奇幻劇場」之《識『碳』識食救未來》是環保基金「氣候變化奇幻劇場與低碳未來」的重點項目。劇場以低碳飲食為主題,劇情兼具知識和奇幻元素,更編排了多段互動環節,引導學生思考氣候變化和環境問題,鼓勵他們即時改變習慣,實踐低碳生活。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : September – December 2019, by appointment
Venue : School campus
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change: Workshops
Provide a creative and enjoyable experience for the participants to actively engage in green living and environmental conservation. The format of the workshops may vary: expert presentations, case studies, panel debates, hands-on classes, or group recreational events.
Date & Time : Once or more per month
Venue : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia
Smart Energy Experience Centre Visit
CLP has given its customer service centre in Yuen Long a major facelift to transform it into a Smart Energy Experience Centre. We have also partnered with the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) to introduce smart home devices suitable for small flats in Hong Kong at the centre, using innovative technology developed by start-up companies in the HKSTP to promote smarter, greener, low-carbon lifestyles.
Date & Time : Every Monday – Friday 9:00 am - 6:00pm and Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm (except public holidays)
Venue : G/F, 13 -17 Fung Nin Road, Yuen Long
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Solar Photovoltaic System Installation Role Model Election 2019
機電工程署致力鼓勵個人及機構在香港安裝太陽能光伏系統,攜手發展可再新能源,特別舉辦「2019年模範太陽能光伏系統安裝選舉」,挑選已完成安裝的高質素系統,以供大眾參考,共同打造宜居、綠色的香港。

參選方法:填妥參加表格及撰寫書面報告一份,郵寄或親身遞交至九龍啟成街3號機電工程署總部7樓能源效益事務處,信封面請註明「2019年模範太陽能光伏系統安裝選舉」。

下載參加表格及詳情,請瀏覽「可再生能源網」:
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備註:太陽能光伏系統必須位處香港境內、並於2019年11月30日或之前完成及成功參加「上網電價」計劃。
(Chinese Only)
Date & Time : Application deadline: 3 December 2019
Organisation : Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
LEED AP & Green Associate V4 Exam Preparation Training 2019
This course is ideal for architect, project manager, green building consultant, developer, sustainability coordinator, landscape architect,
technical manager, energy engineer, MEP consultant, facility managers, or anyone interested in understanding green building principle,
especially sustainable design, construction, management, purchasing, and plan to achieve a LEED professional credential.
Date & Time : 19 April 2019 – 8 December 2019 09:00 – 18:00
Venue : TBC
Organisation : LGEES Limited
ISLAND HOUSE FESTIVAL
Discover sustainable solutions to change the way we live at our Island House Conservation Studies Centre in Tai Po, featuring talks by conservation experts, eco-guided visits, workshops, film screenings and a green market.
Date & Time : 7-8 December 2019 (Sat & Sun) 10:30am-5pm
Venue : Island House Conservation Studies Centre, Tai Po
Organisation : World Wide Fund for Nature
CLP Tai Po Eco Home
Tai Po Eco Home, a one-stop green lifestyle centre, brings smart yet green living ideas to the residents in the New Territories. Customers can try out energy efficient appliances and participate in cooking classes. A list of innovative energy saving products fit for village homes and low-density housing, including electric vehicle charging demonstration and typical solar power system for Feed-in Tariff, are available at the centre.
Date & Time : Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, Saturday from 9am to 1pm (Except Public Holidays)
Venue : G/F, Central Plaza, 51-59, Kwong Fuk Road, Tai Po
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
CLP Eco Building Fund Communication Workshop
The Fund will contribute towards improvement works for enhancing the energy efficiency of building services installations for communal use in the residential buildings and their nearby ancillary facilities such as clubhouse. Examples of the qualified building services installations are:

• Lighting
• Electrical installation (e.g. water pump)
• Air-conditioning
• Lift and escalator
Date & Time : Ongoing, by appointment
Venue : Room 4A, 4/F, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited, 215 Fuk Wa Street, Sham Shui Po
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
ZCB Landscape Area: Monday to Sunday 7:00 am – 8:00 pm; ZCB Indoor Exhibition Area: Monday to Sunday (Closed on Wednesdays and public holidays); Guided tours only, starting at 10:00 am ; 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm (Need Booking)
Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) is to serve as an exhibition centre, an education centre and an information centre for zero/low carbon building design and technologies and for promoting low carbon living in Hong Kong.

Mission
ZCB shall showcase the state-of-the-art eco-building design and technologies to the construction industry locally and internationally with a view to promote their application in Hong Kong.

ZCB shall raise community awareness of low carbon living in Hong Kong and promote behavioural changes towards low carbon living by providing guided ZCB tours and organising education programmes.

ZCB shall regularly disseminate the latest low/zero carbon building technologies and practices to industry stakeholders.
Date & Time : Monday to Sunday (Closed on Wednesdays and public holidays) Guided tours only, starting at 10:00 am; 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm
Venue : No.8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay
Organisation : ZCB
CLP Smart Energy Award 2019
The programme promotes energy efficiency in the business sector, encourages business customers to adopt green measures in their operations. The award ceremony recognises companies' efforts on EE&C and their outstanding energy saving performances
Date & Time : 4/12/2019 (Wednesday)
Venue : Hotel
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Seminar on Renewable Energy For Hong Kong: A Bright Future?
In the Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2030+ report, it has set out Hong Kong’s aggressive carbon emissions reduction target for 2030 and increase of renewable energy is one of the key initiatives to reduce greenhouse gases emissions. In order to combat climate change, Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme was therefore launched recently by power companies to promote the use of renewable energy like solar and wind energy. To raise people's awareness on the latest development and applications of energy, Green Council will conduct a seminar for engineering and environmental professionals to support the initiatives in combating climate change.

The seminar will explore the latest technology development in renewable energy and the application of living with renewable energy in Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 7th Nov, 2019 09:00 to 17:00
Venue : HKMA, 2/F, Pico Tower, 66 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Organisation : Green Council
BEC Industry Visit to Hactl Green Week 2019
Sustainability Theme Featuring:
1. Business Environment Council
Daily Recycling
Upcycling Goodies
2. O-Farm
Organic Planting
Domestic Gardening
3. Fair Trade
Fair Trade
Bring Your Own Bottle
&dear and Wing Ming
Upcycling Promotion
Green Arts
Date & Time : 6 November 2019 (Wednesday) 2:00 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Venue : G/F, BEC Buidling,77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon
Organisation : Environment Council
Eco Expo 2019
Embracing the new theme of “Less Carbon, Less Waste • Green Innovation”, the 14th Eco Expo Asia will showcase a wide range of environmental products and solutions from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Asia and the global green tech community. The expo, running from 30 October to 2 November 2019 at AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong, is jointly organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd.
Date & Time : 30 Oct - 2 Nov 2019 (Wed - Sat) 10:00am - 5:00pm
Venue : AsiaWorld-Expo, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau, Hong Kong
Organisation : Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd.
Visit to WEEE.Park
位於屯門環保園的WEEE.PARK (廢電器電子產品處理及回收設施),利用先進的技術和設備處理廢電器電子產品,達至「轉廢為材」的目標。參加者可透過參觀廠房及教育中心,認識回收和處理「四電一腦」等廢電器電子產品的資訊。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 2 nd November 2019 10:00 am or 1:30 pm
Venue : Lots P2-P4,Eco Park, 133 Lung Mun Road, Tuen Mun Area 38, N.T., Tuen Mun
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change
HKGBC Jockey Club Green and Smart Community Buildings Project - Green Community Tour 2【Jockey Club Environmental Building】
The visit is intended to let participants appreciate a real case of NGO building transformation. Over the past few years, Jockey Club Environmental Building has undergone various upgrading works and the recent renovation work in the auditorium has also been completed. Participants can study the following smart green features during the visit:
• Lower ground - rain water harvesting system
• Office - smart lighting control, smart fan coil units
• Roof - oil-free chillers, rooftop farming, PV panels
• Auditorium and foyer - calorie-labelled stair, data display panel, high-volume low-speed fans, acoustic upgrade, recycled bottle feature wall
Date & Time : 22 Oct 2019 5:00 - 6:00pm
Venue : Jockey Club Environmental Building, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : HKGBC
World Cultures Festival - NeoArctic Fringe Activities: SDG Forum Series: 365 Ways to Change the World – From Creative Entrepreneurship to Antarctic Exploration
SDSN Hong Kong (the Hong Kong Chapter of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Solutions Network) and the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change will jointly organise a forum titled ‘365 Ways to Change the World - From Creative Entrepreneurship to Antarctic Exploration’ as part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Forum Series. Three female scientists, who will soon embark on an expedition to Antarctica, will share interesting stories and creative solutions to climate change, inspired by Michael Norton’s bestselling book ‘365 Ways to Change the World’.

The Museum is invited by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Government of the HKSAR as the ‘University Partner’ of NeoArctic under the ‘World Cultures Festival 2019’. This Forum is one the fringe activities of the performance. Other activities include upcycling workshops and ‘Mobile Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change’.
Date & Time : 19 October 2019 (Saturday) 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Venue : CMA Lecture Theatre (Lecture Theatre 2), Yasumoto International Academic Park G/F, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change
IMPROVING BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY By Retro-Commissioning
This half-day event provides a platform to facilitate professional exchange
and networking between the industry and academia to promote retrocommissioning of buildings for improving energy efficiency and reducing
carbon emissions.
Date & Time : 11 October 2019 (Friday) 13:30-18:00
Venue : Joseph Lee Hall (Lecture Theatre-3505) 3/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : City University of Hong Kong
10th Anniversary Special: The Day and Night of No Air Con
The「No Air Con Night」will be held on 5th October, we hope participants turn off their home air conditioner from 7 pm till 7 am the next day. Since this year will be the 10th Anniversary of the event, The「No Air Con Night」will be held on 5th October night and prepare a variety of exciting programs and workshops for the public to participate.
Promenade: Kick-off Ceremony.Workshop.Game
Workout.Performance.Exhibition
Date & Time : 2019/10/5(Sat) 1pm-9pm
Venue : Vessel 01, Kwun Tong
Organisation : Green Sense
CLP Smart Energy@Mong Kok
CLP's flagship store showcasing the latest online to offline (O2O) experience, smart technologies and products. At Smart Energy@Mong Kok, customers can play EE&C mobile games to earn Eco Points and redeem fabulous rewards only available in the flagship store. Selected products and gadgets are displayed with AR technologies to enhance customers’ shopping experience. To promote the benefit of smart home living, CLP dedicates a whole floor as Smart Home Control Centre to house a full range of smart home appliances that can be controlled with tablet and smart phone, and other high-tech products including smart mirror, under-the-floor-heating system and voice-control device.
Date & Time : Monday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm (Except Public Holidays)
Venue : 188, Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mongkok, Kowloon
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
The Drama of Climate Change — ‘Combating Climate Change: Towards a Low-carbon Future’
With Hong Kong progressively moving towards sustainable waste management and in view of the municipal solid waste (MSW) charging scheme upcoming in due course, this Forum will focus on discussing and forecasting how this charging scheme will bring along the "growing pain" to Hong Kong in the short term, and how it will likely alter the landscape and ecology of the waste management practices, recycling industries and citizens' behavioural changes in Hong Kong on the long run.

Apart from key local policy makers and advocators, prestigious speakers from our neighbouring regions (such as Taiwan and Korea) as well as those from the western world will share with us their experiences on the initial formulation of policies, behavioural changes observed, difficulties encountered as well as the continual evolution of their waste management policies and practices to suit their local needs and cultures.
Date & Time : Thursday, 26 September 2019 (9:00am – 5:00pm)
Venue : Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Organisation : Hong Kong Waste Management Association
‘Eating Greener’ Exhibition
The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) launched the ‘Eating Greener’ Exhibition on 4 July 2019. Officiating at the launch ceremony were Professor Joseph Sung, Chairman of the Environmental Campaign Committee (ECC), and Mr Eric Ng, Vice-President (Administration) and University Secretary of CUHK.
Date & Time : 4 July – 24 September 2019 (closed on Wednesdays, Sundays and public holidays) 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, Yasumoto International Academic Park 8/F, CUHK, Sha Tin (Near Exit D, MTR University Station)
Organisation : Chinese University of Hong Kong
Green Carnival
A 2-day event with engaging activities such as interactive booth games, workshops, tours and green bazaar to boost public awareness on green buildings and drive behavioural change for a greener lifestyle.
Date & Time : 21-22 Sep 2019
Venue : Zero Carbon Building
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
Bus Tour of East Kowloon Green Buildings
A bus tour to educate the public on how green building designs and practices assist to reduce carbon emission, and improve people’s living and working environment. Tour routes cover a number of BEAM Plus buildings in Kowloon East and some will provide guided tours.
Date & Time : 21-22 Sep 2019
Venue : Kowloon East District
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
Green Walk Hong Kong City Orienting Competition
Green Walk Hong Kong 2019 aims to advocate a low carbon lifestyle in the community by WALKING to combat Climate Change. The theme of the competition is "Looking for the Winter in Disappearance".
The participating teams will plan their own routes within limited time of two hours. Through cooperation of teamwork, they will search for a number of checkpoints in different districts like Kwun Tong, Sau Mau Ping, Ngau Tau Kuk, Kowloon Bay and Kai Tak. They will take challenge to complete a variety of environmental tasks while enhancing their green knowledge.
Date & Time : 22 Sept 2019 (Sun) 8:30am –3:00pm
Venue : The Vessel 1, along the Kwun Tong Promenade
Organisation : World Green Organisation
Green Building Exploration Competition in East Kowloon
To echo with the Government’s plan to transform Kowloon East into Hong Kong's second CBD, the competition will engage general public and corporate enterprises to explore a dozen BEAM Plus buildings in Kowloon East and learn its green building features through fun games.
Date & Time : 21 Sep 2019
Venue : Kowloon East District
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
Premiere of Combating Climate Change: Towards a Low-carbon Future
Premiere of Combating Climate Change: Towards a Low-carbon Future Supported by the Environment and Conservation Fund, the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change launched a two-year environmental education programme ECF ‘The Drama of Climate Change and a Low-carbon Future’ to reveal the potentially devastating effects of climate change and to inspire innovative solutions and actions to combat climate change.

An educational drama in the theme of Combating Climate Change: Towards a Low-carbon Future, produced by Eco-Education and Resources Centre and Merit Minds Workshop, is one of the signature events of the programme. The drama, with an emphasis on promoting low-carbon diets, delivers knowledge on climate change and environmental issues in a fun-filled interactive way. Through the drama, the audience will be inspired to get involved in carbon-reducing action and living an environmentally-sustainable lifestyle. 20 September 2019 (Friday)
3:00 pm Lau Chor Tak Lecture Theatre (LT1)
Yasumoto International Academic Park G/F
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Chinese University of Hong Kong http://www.mocc.cuhk.edu.hk/en-gb/news/2019/467-premiere-of-combating-climate-change
Date & Time : 20 September 2019 (Friday) 3:00 pm
Venue : Lau Chor Tak Lecture Theatre (LT1) Yasumoto International Academic Park G/F The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : Chinese University of Hong Kong
Regional Forum for Public Engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy
At the invitation of the HKSAR Government, the Council for Sustainable Development has launched the public interaction phase of the public engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy. The public engagement aims to arouse public awareness on the impact of carbon emissions, and gauge the views of the community in developing feasible strategies for carbon reduction, with a view to making recommendations to the Government by the end of this year.
Date & Time : 12 September 2019 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Venue : Exhibition Gallery, 1/F, Tsuen Wan Town Hall, 72 Tai Ho Road, Tsuen Wan
Organisation : The Council for Sustainable Development
Regional Forum for Public Engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy
At the invitation of the HKSAR Government, the Council for Sustainable Development has launched the public interaction phase of the public engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy. The public engagement aims to arouse public awareness on the impact of carbon emissions, and gauge the views of the community in developing feasible strategies for carbon reduction, with a view to making recommendations to the Government by the end of this year.
Date & Time : 9 September 2019 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Venue : Function Rooms 3-4, 2/F, Kennedy Town Community Complex, 12 Rock Hill Street, Kennedy Town
Organisation : The Council for Sustainable Development
Biz-Green Dress Day
Office workers are encouraged to dress lighter and turn the thermostat up for saving energy. This programme aims to promote behavioural change on energy consumption in business activities and enhance private sector engagement in green building development
Date & Time : 5 Sep 2019
Venue : All over Hong Kong
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
BOCHK Corporate Environmental Leadership Awards 2019
In order to encourage enterprises to implement environmental protection scheme, the winners of bronze award of the manufacturing sector and SME winner of services sector including Green Island Cement Company Limited and Korean Corner are invited to share about their green business model
Date & Time : 3 September 2019 2:30 – 5:00 pm
Venue : INDEX, Kwun Tong Infotech Centre, 15/F, Infotech Centre, 21 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, KNL
Organisation : Bank of China (Hong Kong)
ZCB x MiC Guided Tour
ZCB cooperate with MiC, the Modular Integrated Construction Display Centre, to let the visitors experience the first zero carbon building in Hong Kong, and explore an innovate way of local construction method at the same time.
Date & Time : Until 31 August 2019 (Need Booking)
Venue : No.8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay
Organisation : ZCB
Conference on Sensors and IoT (SIoT) Standard for Smart City cum Inauguration of IEEE P2668 IoT Maturity Index (IDex)
Sensors and Internet of Things (SIoT) is one of the essential elements that thrives smart city projects. SIoT will drive innovation and nurture collaboration across various disciplines and entities in the public, private and academic sectors. The SIoT promises billions of connected things which in turn require common standards in order to operate with an acceptable, manageable and scalable level of complexity. This conference will bring together global professionals and stakeholders from academia and industry to discuss the importance of SIoT standards for various smart city applications.
Date & Time : 26 August 2019 (Monday) 09:00 – 18:00
Venue : CKK Auditorium Hong Kong Science Park
Organisation : Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
Regional Forum for Public Engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy
At the invitation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, the Council for Sustainable Development has launched the public interaction phase of the public engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy. The public engagement aims to arouse public awareness on the impact of carbon emissions, and gauge the views of the community in developing feasible strategies for carbon reduction, with a view to making recommendations to the Government by the end of this year.
Date & Time : 15 August 2019 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Venue : Lek Yuen Community Hall, Lek Yuen Estate, Sha Tin
Organisation : The Council for Sustainable Development
Regional Forum for Public Engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy
At the invitation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, the Council for Sustainable Development has launched the public interaction phase of the public engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy. The public engagement aims to arouse public awareness on the impact of carbon emissions, and gauge the views of the community in developing feasible strategies for carbon reduction, with a view to making recommendations to the Government by the end of this year.
Date & Time : 14 August 2019 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Venue : Kwun Tong Community Centre, 17 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong
Organisation : The Council for Sustainable Development
IFMA's Guided Tour - O∙PARK1
Located at Siu Ho Wan in North Lantau, O∙PARK1 is a self-sustainable food waste recycling facility with a treatment capacity of 200 tonnes per day. It adopts advanced anaerobic digestion and composting technologies to convert food waste into biogas for power generation. Apart from generating heat and power for internal use, it is estimated that about 14 million kWh of surplus electricity, an equivalent of the energy consumption of about 3 000 households, can be generated by O∙PARK1. In addition, O∙PARK1 also helps the recycling of resources by generating about 6 500 tons of compost per year as a by-product.
Date & Time : 10 August 2019, 10:00 – 11:30 am
Venue : O∙PARK1, Siu Ho Wan, North Lantau
Organisation : International Facility Management Association Hong Kong Chapter
Regional Forum for Public Engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy
At the invitation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, the Council for Sustainable Development has launched the public interaction phase of the public engagement on Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy. The public engagement aims to arouse public awareness on the impact of carbon emissions, and gauge the views of the community in developing feasible strategies for carbon reduction, with a view to making recommendations to the Government by the end of this year.
Date & Time : 9 August 2019 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Venue : Multi-Purpose Rooms A, B and C, 8/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : The Council for Sustainable Development
Green Community Seminar 9【Building Retrofit – An Integrated and Analytic Approach】
This seminar focuses on how the owners or facilities managers of existing buildings can review their building performance and find out ways to enable the buildings to extend their service life in a sustainable manner. In addition, how the buildings can be transformed with smart technology to enhance building and system performance would be addressed. After the workshop, the participants should be able to get some ideas on choosing suitable strategies to enable existing aged buildings to survive.
Date & Time : 25 July 2019, 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Venue : Rm109-110, 1/F, Jockey Club Environmental Building, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
Green Elites Campus Accreditation Programme
With an aim to nurture primary students to develop green living behaviour at an early age, the Green Elites Campus Accreditation Programme was officially launched in 2015/16 school year, to encourage students and teachers to apply green tips in their daily lives. As part of the Programme, the Green Elites Portal is an online platform for all primary school students in Hong Kong to learn green habits in a fun way through interactive games and content.
Date & Time : Academic Year 2017/18 & 2018/19
Venue : Participating schools, various visitation location
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
The Climate After Tomorrow – Climate Change Short Film Contest Closing and Award Ceremony
The Programme aims to promote the public awareness of environmental protection through a public short film contest on climate change. Participants will join the workshops organised by the event hosts and acquire knowledge of climate change in Hong Kong together with scholars. Winners will visit Taklimakan Desert to experience the extraordinary climate conditions.

The Closing and Award Ceremony will present to the public the winning short videos shot by various student participants, as well as presenting the awards to the winners.
Date & Time : 13 July 2019 10:00am – 12:00 noon
Venue : H6 Conet G/F, The Center, 99 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong (Tentative)
Organisation : Junior Chamber International Dragon Rotary Club of Kowloon Northeast Polar Museum Foundation
無冷氣夜2019 – 涼浸浸紙扇繪畫比賽 (Chinese only)
無冷氣夜2019 – 涼浸浸紙扇繪畫比賽由環保觸覺舉辦,旨在透過創作全港節能活動「無冷氣夜」宣傳紙扇,推廣善用空調、節約能源、減少溫室氣體排放,舒緩地球暖化的訊息。是次活動分為親子組 (K1-K3)、小學組 (P1-P6)及中學組 (S1-S6),透過設計紙扇,讓學生及家長更了解及認識日常生活習慣與全球暖化的緊密關係,培養對保護環境,舒緩地球暖化的責任感,讓學生明白改變始於一個微小行動。 (Chinese only)
Date & Time : Application deadline: 10 July 2019
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : Green Sense
Talk & Workshop on Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations
The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) represent the aspiration of the people of the United Nations for a more sustainable future. The Goals define the challenges we need to address to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global problems we face together, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, peace and justice. The Goals are deeply interconnected, and to leave no one behind, the world must move significantly towards achieving each Goal by 2030.

Professor Kazuo IWAMURA will give an overview on UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), followed by group discussion and sharing of views on the applications of SDG in Hong Kong context.
Date & Time : 9 July 2019, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Venue : HKIA Premises, 19/F One Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Organisation : The Hong Kong Institute of Architects, Professional Green Building Council
Opening Ceremony of the ‘Eating Greener’ Exhibition
Opening Ceremony of the ‘Eating Greener’ Exhibition According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the livestock sector plays a significant role in climate change. Greenhouse gas emissions along livestock supply chains represents about 14% of the world’s human-induced emissions. In addition, research shows that Hong Kong has one of the highest meat consumptions per capita in the world at 664g/day/capita, with pork and beef consumed the most, which is nine times higher than the UK. Excessive meat consumption places a heavy burden on the environment, and therefore there is a need to educate the public to embrace the importance of making green choices.

Supported by the Environment and Conservation Fund, the new exhibition is one of the signature events of the two-year ECF ‘The Drama of Climate Change and a Low-carbon Future’. With the aid of infographics and art installations, the exhibition reveals how our dietary habits and climate change are closely interlinked, and promotes a low-carbon lifestyle and sustainable development. 4 July 2019, 3:00 pm Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, Yasumoto International Academic Park 8/F, The Chinese University of Hong Kong CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong http://www.mocc.cuhk.edu.hk/en-gb/news/2019/460-opening-ceremony-of-the-eating-greener-exhibition
Date & Time : 4 July 2019, 3:00 pm
Venue : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, Yasumoto International Academic Park 8/F, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Energy Innovation for Smart City Competition 2018-2019
Upper form secondary students team up to propose and implement innovative projects for promoting energy saving and energy efficiency to the community.
Date & Time : Application: Oct 2018; Final Competition: June 2019
Venue : Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Organisation : CLP Power HK Limited, The Electrical Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
CLP Smart Energy Symposium
CLP organises the symposium with an aim to encourage our business customers to implement smart and energy efficient measures in their business operations, and hence enhance energy saving.
Date & Time : 28/6/2019 (Friday)
Venue : Hotel
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Hong Kong Green Day 2019 Green Mission Challenge
環保促進會將於海洋公園舉辦大型競技活動著「綠」智激鬥@Ocean Park,旨在透過一個富有趣味性、考驗智慧及團隊精神的大型環保競技活動,啟發及提高各小學生的環保知識,增加學生對環境生態及對各種動物的認識。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 22 June 2019 8:00 am – 12:30 nn (Application deadline: 24 May 2019)
Venue : Ocean Park
Organisation : Green Council
Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence (HKAEE) Experience Sharing Seminars
Organizations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in the seminars.
Date & Time : 17 June 2019, 2:15 – 5:00 pm
Venue : Lecture Theatre, G/F, Hong Kong Central Library, 66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence (HKAEE) Experience Sharing Seminars
Organizations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in the seminars.
Date & Time : 17 June 2019, 2:15 – 5:00 pm
Venue : Lecture Theatre, G/F, Hong Kong Central Library, 66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
Technical Seminar on Hydrogen Economy in Hong Kong
With the increasing public awareness for the climate change and global warming arising from fossil fuels, researchers and policy makers have already put their focus on the development of clean and renewable energy sources. Remarkable advancements of the renewable technologies are made in recent years while new systems with better efficiency and lower cost are developed to compete with the fossil fuel. However, the renewable energy productions are usually site specific, intermittent, and thus not reliable for instantaneous supply. Hydrogen is identified as one of the potential energy carriers for future energy supply which can resolve the limitation for renewable energy production. Hydrogen is clean, renewable and harmless during the entire production and disposal cycle. In the technical talks, some oversea and local speakers are invited to share their area of excellence in hydrogen economy while their insights in application of the emerging technologies will be discussed.
Date & Time : 15 June 2019, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Venue : Tin Ka Ping Lecture Theatre (Lecture Theater 1, LT-1), 4/F, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : Energy Institute, Ability R&D Energy Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong
SOE (HK Region)- IRTE Symposium
According to EPD record, the road transport is the second largest air pollution source in Hong Kong. It accounted for about 57% of the local respirable suspended particulates, 62% of nitrogen oxides and 48% of sulphur dioxide in the past few years. The exhaust emissions of motor vehicles are the main source of roadside air pollution. To help improve roadside air quality and reduce carbon emissions, the Government encourages the transport industry to replace the traditional vehicles with electric vehicles which have no tailpipe emission that will help improve roadside air quality and reduce greenhouse effect. This symposium will invite distinguish speakers to share information and experience in latest technology and environmental regulatory of commercial electric vehicle. Moreover, EMSD will also brief the progress of legislation on vehicle repair mechanic and workshop.
Date & Time : 14 June 2019, 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Venue : Hong Kong Polytechnic University Lecture Theatre N001
Organisation : The Society of Operations Engineers (SOE)
Seminars on HKGA 2019 Information Dissemination and Experience Sharing
Organised by the Green Council, the Seminars on HKGA 2019 Information Dissemination and Experience Sharing include review of Hong Kone Green Awards & briefing of Hong Kong Green Awards 2019, experience sharing from awardees and Q&A and networking.
Date & Time : 14 June 2019, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
Venue : HKU SPACE Admiralty Learning Centre, Room 204, 2/F., Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Organisation : Green Council
CLP Smart Energy Award 2019
Organised by CLP, the Smart Energy Award 2019 is now ready for enrolment. All applicants will be awarded a certificate and the finalists will be awarded at award ceremony in recognition of their contribution and outstanding performance in energy management and the use of renewable energy and smart technology. CLP encourages different organisations to fully participate the programme and bring out their distinguished energy-saving performance.
Date & Time : Application deadline: 11 June 2019, 6:00 pm
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Island House Festival
Organized by the World Wildlife Fund, the Island House Festival will allow participants to discover sustainable solutions to change the way we live at our Island House Conservation Studies Centre in Tai Po with talks from conservation experts, eco-guided visits, workshops, film screenings and a green market with eco-friendly products.
Date & Time : 8 – 9 June 2019, 10:30 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : Island House Conservation Studies Centre, Tai Po
Organisation : World Wildlife Fund
HK Green Day 2019
為鼓勵市民提高環保意識,環保促進會於2013年起將6月5日聯合國世界環境日(World Environment Day)定為「香港綠色日」,成為屬於香港人的年度環保盛事,教育市民提高日常生活中的環保知識。

今年「香港綠色日」亦響應聯合國世界環境日「聚焦空氣污染」的主題,舉辦多項適合不同年齡人士參與的環保教育活動,藉此提高市民環保意識,齊心合力共建綠色香港。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 5 June 2019
Venue : TBC
Organisation : Green Council
Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence (HKAEE) Experience Sharing Seminars
Organizations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in the seminars.
Date & Time : 31 May 2019, 2:15 – 5:00 pm
Venue : Lecture Theatre, G/F, Hong Kong Central Library, 66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change-Green Family Day 2019
Organised by the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, ‘Green Family Day 2019’ will be held on 25–26 May 2019 (Saturday and Sunday). The event is an annual two-day carnival, whose aim is to promote knowledge about climate change and ideas on sustainability to the public. The event will feature a wide variety of engaging activities, including ‘Mobile Jockey Club MoCC’, ‘Upcycling’ Music Show, Hands-on ‘Upcycling’ Fun and Sustainable Development Information and Game Booths.
Date & Time : 25–26 May 2019 11:00 am–8:00 pm
Venue : Level 2 Atrium, MOSTown, Ma On Shan
Organisation : The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Climate After Tomorrow – Climate Change Short Film Contest Exploring Geopark in Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Geopark has world-class acidic volcanic rock columns that show the sedimentary environment that was formed hundreds of millions of years ago. In the previous year, typhoon "Mangosteen" had damaged Geopark facilities seriously, which made people cherish this environment treasure more and face the scourge of climate change.

The Climate After Tomorrow will lead students to explore the Geopark by boat, and experience the beauty of the environment, the traces of history, and add a solid force to combat climate change.
Date & Time : 18 May 2019 8:40am – 12:00 noon
Venue : Sai Kung New Public Pier
Organisation : Junior Chamber International Dragon Rotary Club of Kowloon Northeast Polar Museum Foundation
Hong Kong Green Day 2019 Design Competition
“全球暖化”帶來的環境問題日趨明顯,推行可持續發展及資源循環利用是社會大趨勢。是次環保標誌設計比賽旨在鼓勵一眾關注環保的設計達人,運用豐富的想像力和創意,設計一套共六款的香港綠色日標誌。標誌將用作推廣6月5日的香港綠色日,鼓勵大眾身體力行推動環保。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : Deadline: 17 May 2019 6:00 pm
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : Green Council
CDP Hong Kong & Southeast Asia Spring Workshops 2019
Business Environment Council partners with CDP to hold three sessions of Workshops in Hong Kong, Singapore and Jakarta. The Hong Kong and Singapore workshops will cover its climate change, water security, and forests questionnaires, while the Jakarta session will focus on the forests questionnaire only. Participants of the Hong Kong Workshop will have to chance to learn more about CDP’s questionnaires in 2019, which provide a standardised and comparable framework to measure and manage environmental risks, opportunities, and impacts.
Date & Time : 16 May 2019, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
Venue : Explorium Hong Kong, 1/F, LiFung Tower 868 Cheung Sha Wan Road Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Technical visit for Smart Energy Experience Centre
Smart Energy@Mong Kok, the latest revamped flagship store of CLP, is a transformed retail and service centre providing smart electricity services and promoting smart home living to customers. Being the first retail establishment in Hong Kong, Smart Energy@Mong Kok offers visitors a rare chance to personally experience and appreciate the benefits of a full range of smart home products and technologies. From intelligent building and stepping into smart home with all relative full range of high-end smart appliances, such as TV, washing machine, refrigerator, air conditioners, lighting, air purifier, etc. All of the appliances can be controlled with an iPad and mobile phone. The other high-tech products including smart mirror, under-the-floor-heating system, voice-control device, are also one of the featured in Smart Home Control Centre.
Date & Time : 11 May 2019, 9:00 – 10:30 am
Venue : Smart Energy@Mong Kok, 188 Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mongkok, Kowloon
Organisation : Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings
Technical Visit to O · PARK1 (ORRC) – Phase I
O · PARK1, the first organic resources recovery centre, locating at Siu Ho Wan of North Lantau adopts anaerobic digestion technology to convert food waste into biogas (a source of renewable energy similar to natural gas) for electricity generation whilst the residues from the process can be produced as compost for landscaping and agriculture use. O · PARK1 is capable of handling 200 tonnes of food waste per day. In the visit, participants will be guided to tour around the plant to better understand treatment lines and daily operation of the facility.
Date & Time : 11 May 2019, 9:00 am – 12:15 nn
Venue : Exit D, Kowloon Tong MTR Station (Assembly point)
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Seminar on Energy For Our Future Generations
In January 2017, HK government published “The Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2030+” report which highlighted the change of energy sources is one of the key initiatives to reduce greenhouse gases emissions. Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme was therefore launched recently by power companies to promote the use of renewable energy – solar and wind energy. To arouse the awareness on the latest development and applications of energy, Green Council will conduct a seminar for engineering and environmental professionals to support the initiatives in combating climate change. The seminar will explore the trends, challenges and opportunities of energy applications and development for our future generations.
Date & Time : 9 May 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : Theatre 2, 1/F, HKPC Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : Green Council
Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence (HKAEE) Experience Sharing Seminars
Organizations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in the seminars.
Date & Time : 6 May 2019, 2:15 – 5:00 pm
Venue : Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee
Technical Seminar: Hong Kong's Food Waste Management Strategy
In February 2014, the Environment Bureau unveiled “A Food Waste & Yard Waste Plan for Hong Kong 2014-2022” and sets out four main strategies as the backbone to tackle the food waste challenge, namely reduction at source, reuse and donation, recyclable collection, and turning food waste into energy. One of the main strategy is to develop a network of Organic Resources Recovery Centres, adopt advanced technology to recycle food waste into renewable energy and useful resources. This seminar will give an overview on the food waste management in Hong Kong, as well as the latest development of the advanced food waste treatment facilities.
Date & Time : 3 May 2019, 7:00 pm
Venue : Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Launch of ‘Responsible Consumption and Waste Reduction Exhibition’ at The Hong Kong Jockey Club Green Gallery
Waste is a serious problem in Hong Kong. Over 5.7 million tonnes of wastes are generated every year in Hong Kong, of which almost 70% ends up in landfills. If everyone in the world lived the lifestyle Hong Kong people lead, we would need more than four planets as large as the Earth to supply us with the necessary resources.

What can we do to achieve sustainable management of natural resources? How can we minimize the adverse impacts of wastes on the environment? ‘Responsible Consumption and Waste Reduction Exhibition’ will be launched at The Hong Kong Jockey Club Green Gallery of the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change. The exhibition, with the aid of multimedia interactive exhibits, is designed to illuminate the concept of responsible consumption and production, and to inspire visitors to live a green lifestyle.
Date & Time : 3 May 2019 (Friday); 3:00 pm
Venue : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change Yasumoto International Academic Park 8/F The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC
HKGBC Jockey Club Green and Smart Community Buildings Project - Seminar 7: Case Study of BEC Headquarters Transformation Project
To advocate a low carbon sustainable built environment, Business Environment Council has spent great effort in upgrading their headquarters’ green facilities. The Seminar will share their continuous effort on enhancing the building’s performance by various improvement works, including the use of oil-free chillers, wider adoption of LED lighting, installation of electrical sub-meters and upgrade of Building Management System.
Date & Time : 30 April 2019, 5:00 – 6:15 pm
Venue : 1/F, Jockey Club Environmental Building, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
The HKIE Environmental Division Annual Forum Environmental Innovation: Opportunities and Challenges in Hong Kong
As one of the most developed cities in the world, Hong Kong is planned to develop into a world-class smart city. According to the Government’s Smart City Blueprint, “smart environment” is one of the 6 major areas in which innovation and technology will be embraced for a smart Hong Kong. Therefore, it is timely forHKIE Environmental Division to promote the discussion on how environmental innovation can be encouraged in Hong Kong. This forum would bring together various stakeholders including government, academics, research institutions, entrepreneurs and environmental startups to explore the opportunities and challenges in promoting environmental innovations in Hong Kong.

The forum comprises the keynote session and three other sessions: I) Overseas Experiences in Driving Environmental Innovation; II) Business Opportunities from Environmental Innovations; and III) Pitching of Environmental Technology Companies.
Date & Time : 30 April 2019 9:00am -5:00pm
Venue : Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East 3 Tong Tak Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong
Organisation : The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers - Environmental Division
Workshop on Renewable Energy and Feed-in-tariff in Hong Kong
HKU was the pioneer in investigating the technical aspects on grid-connection of small renewable energy systems. Various experiments and pilot study were conducted at HKU before the Hong Kong Government published a set of technical guidelines on grid-connection. Also, a pilot project was funded by the ITC to install three different kinds of photovoltaic technologies at the S.K.H. Kei Wai (MaWan) Primary School. There is much experience built upon those pilot projects and study regarding the technical details of grid-connection of Renewable Energy (RE) systems. Although much of the information had been published, it was not well disseminated to the local engineers in a systematic way. With the imminent effect of feed-in-tariff in 2018, the number of grid-connect RE systems in Hong Kong is expected to grow significantly in the coming years, experts from different sectors will share their expertise on this workshop, in order to transfer the knowledge to the local community.
Date & Time : 29 April 2019, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Venue : CPD-3.04, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
Organisation : Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
Tree Planting Challenge 2019
Organized by Friends of the Earth, the Tree Planting Challenge will be held to replant local varieties of young saplings. The aim of this event is to raise the public’s awareness of typhoon damage to our trees and thus become more concerned about climate change and extreme weather events and develop an attitude of cherishing trees.
Date & Time : 28 April 2019, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Venue : Tai Lam Country Park
Organisation : Friends of the Earth
HK SciFest 2019: ‘Climate Change and Me’ Exhibition
The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC) is delighted to be invited by the Hong Kong Science Museum as one of the partners of the ‘HK SciFest 2019’. From 5 to 22 April 2019, the ‘Climate Change and Me’ Exhibition of the ‘Mobile Jockey Club MoCC’, will be held at the Hong Kong Science Museum.

The exhibition reveals how we are all connected with climate change. Visitors can examine the impact of the changing climate through the 3D models produced by the hologram technology, and challenge themselves in interactive games and test their green knowledge.
Date & Time : 5–22 April 2019, Every Mon to Fri (except Thu): 10:00 am – 7:00 pm Every Sat, Sun & public holidays: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Venue : Exhibition Hall, 2/F, Hong Kong Science Museum
Organisation : The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC)
Hong Kong Water Race 2019
By means of orienteering in the city, this event aims to promote water conservation and arouse public awareness on water crisis.
Date & Time : 14 April 2019 9:00 am – 14:00 pm
Venue : The Hong Kong Girl Guides Association Tin Shui Wai Pansy Ho Activity Centre, Tin Fai Road, Tin Shui Wai
Organisation : Wofoo Social Enterprises (Water Supplies Department is a co-organiser)
Walk for Living Water 2019
The Walk aims at helping water-deprived communities in poor villages in Mainland China, as well as to raise awareness of local people in water conservation. Participants could experience the situation of water-deprived areas in China by carrying bamboo poles and buckets.
Date & Time : 13 April 2019 9:00 am – 13:30 pm
Venue : S.K.H. Ma On Shan Holy Spirit Primary School Route: Ma On Shan Promenade
Organisation : The Amity Foundation (HK) (WSD as a co-organiser)
Technical Visit to Solar Farm at the Siu Ho Wan Sewage Treatment Works and Organic Resources Recovery Centre, O-PARK1, at Siu Ho Wan
The Solar Farm at the Siu Ho Wan Sewage Treatment Works came into operation in 2016. The largest of its kind in Hong Kong, the solar farm comprises over 4,200 polycrystalline photovoltaic panels with an installed generation capacity of 1,100 kilowatts. The electricity generated by the solar farm will be fed through an internal power distribution network to various facilities inside the plant, which account for about 25 per cent of the current annual electricity consumption of the plant.

While the O∙PARK1 located at Siu Ho Wan is a self-sustainable food waste recycling facility. Apart from generating heat and power for internal use, it is estimated that about 14 million kWh of surplus electricity, an equivalent of the energy consumption of about 3 000 households, can be generated by O∙PARK1. It is also estimated that some 25 000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced each year. In addition, O∙PARK1 also helps the recycling of resources by generating about 6 500 tonnes of compost per year as a by-product. Since the operation of O∙PARK1 commenced in July 2018, more than 8 000 tonnes of food waste have already been treated and its treatment capacity will gradually increase.

This visit will allow participants to tour around both venues, and gain better understanding of the photo-voltaic system, the food waste treatment process as well as the 1st dry membrane fixed tank gasholder in Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 6 April 2019, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Venue : Siu Ho Wan Sewage Treatment Works & Organic Resources Recovery Centre, O-PARK1, Siu Ho Wan
Organisation : The Gas & Energy Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Visit to WEEE.Park
位於屯門環保園的WEEE.PARK (廢電器電子產品處理及回收設施),利用先進的技術和設備處理廢電器電子產品,達至「轉廢為材」的目標。參加者可透過參觀廠房及教育中心,認識回收和處理「四電一腦」等廢電器電子產品的資訊。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 6 April 2019, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm
Venue : Kowloon Tong MTR Station Exit D
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
"Happy Green Schools" Label Programme (Primary and Secondary schools)
Under the programme resembling a membership, Happy Green Schools are offered a variety of Other Learning Experiences (OLE), including the "Smart Power Experience" featuring visits to Lamma Power Station, Lamma Winds and the Smart Power Gallery. Member schools are also entitled to participate in other OLE activities such as school talks, training classes on green news reporting, eco-heritage tours, etc. Every year, awards are presented to schools with outstanding performances in green practices and promotion on campus.
Date & Time : Application deadline: 5 April 2019
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : The Hongkong Electric Co. Ltd.
"Happy Green Ambassadors" (Secondary schools)
Happy Green Schools may nominate students to be Happy Green Ambassadors, who will be given various training and life planning experiences related to environmental protection, energy efficiency, renewable energy and low carbon lifestyle. Every year, awards are presented to outstanding ambassadors and in 2019, they will also have a chance to go on the overseas study trip to Dali, Yunnan in mainland China.
Date & Time : Application deadline: 5 April 2019
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : The Hongkong Electric Co. Ltd.
Technical Seminar – Urbanization and Climate Change in Asia: Impacts and Adaptation
During the last twenty to thirty years, due to rapid economic growth, there has been extensive urbanization of areas of agricultural and rural land in many Asian countries.

These changes have substantially modified the exchanges of heat, moisture and energy between the land surface and the atmosphere, as well as releasing additional heat and pollutants into the atmosphere. Furthermore, in general, appropriate holistic planning of these urban developments has been minimal because many of these cities have been built over a short period of time.

The consequences of this urban expansion impacts both the global and regional climate, with cities in Asia suffering significantly in terms of climate hazards now and in the future.

In this talk, Prof. Chan from City University of Hong Kong will show how urbanization and global climate change can modify the regional climate, using examples from the Pearl River Delta of China and other mega-cities. He will discuss the probable effects of such climate hazards and the potential actions that can be undertaken by governments to reduce the consequences of such impacts.
Date & Time : 4 April 2019, 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Venue : Room 2614, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong
Organisation : Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) Hong Kong, The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, Guy Carpenter Asia-Pacific Climate Impact Centre, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong.
Earth Hour 2019
Earth Hour is one of the world’s largest environmental movement, and the theme for Earth Hour 2019 is “Change the Way We Live”. By symbolically switching off the lights at 8:30p.m on 30 March 2019, World Wide Fund For Nature wish to spread the message of preserving the earth’s biodiversity and safeguarding Hong Kong’s remaining ecologically important areas and species from development pressures.
Date & Time : 30/3/2019, 8:30 – 9:30 pm
Venue : N.A.
Organisation : World Wide Fund For Nature
Chinachem Sustainability Conference 2019
The Chinachem Sustainability Conference 2019 organised by Chinachem Group and co-organised by the Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC) will be held on 29 March 2019 in Hong Kong. Themed “Sustainable Neighbourhood: How to Foster Age-Friendly Developments”, the conference will focus on exchange of constructive ideas of technical solutions to the city’s critical issue of aging population – innovative architecture design to improve urban environment; smart system to raise productivity and facilitate the everyday life of the senior citizens; strategic site selection to address the integration between buildings and the surrounding neighbourhood; comprehensive town planning with stakeholders to balance economic, environmental and social considerations in the course of development; and more to be explored and examined in the conference.
Date & Time : 29 March 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, G/F Chung Sze Yuen Building, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : Chinachem Group, Hong Kong Green Building Council
Green Run 2019
The Green Run was first held in 2016 to raise public awareness about environmental conservation, protection and responsibility, as well as to promote the transformation of Hong Kong into a greener and more sustainable city. By organising and staging this meaningful charity sporting event, Green Council wishes to encourage the public to implement greener choices and living habits in their daily lives, while taking a serious approach to environmental responsibility by embracing the competitive spirit found in long-distance runners.
Date & Time : 24/3/2019, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Venue : Charles K Kao Auditorium, Hong Kong Science Park & Pak Shek Kok Promenade, Sha Tin
Organisation : Green Council
Charity Hike 2019 Crouching Tiger Gazing Lantau
Green Sense’s Charity Hike 2019 is an annual charitable fundraising event organized by Green Sense, aiming to enhance the nature conservation awareness of the public, as well as raise funds for Green Sense’s environmental protection work. All donations will be used for environmental education, promotion and investigation. On the event day, trained volunteers will introduce the ecology of Hong Kong and city planning issues. The event will integrate green practice “Take Your Litter Home” and encourage participants to adopt a green living style in their daily life, in order to inspire the public to protect our natural environment for the sake of the future generation.
Date & Time : 24 March 2019, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Venue : DB Plaza, Discovery Bay
Organisation : Green Sense
2019香港環保電影展 閉幕放映與映後談 (Chinese Only)
由環保基金資助,香港視藝文化教育協會、文化地圖合辦之「環保基金:2019香港環保電影展」將於3月2日及16日(星期六)於太空館演講廳及電影資料館電影院舉行兩場環境電影分享會。是次活動以「氣候變化與海洋垃圾」、「氣候變化與庶民生活」為題,放映環境電影《塑膠海洋》及閉幕電影《逐冰之旅》。

3月2日的映後談邀請了A Plastic Ocean Foundation教育主任盧啟鏗及海洋拾荒者Kitti陳鳳屏女士與觀眾分享對話。而3月16日我們邀請了天文台前助理台長、香港環保電影展氣候大使梁榮武教授,「低碳亞洲」主席、香港樂施會前總幹事莊陳有先生為嘉賓,「香港環境電影展」主席譚偉峰先生作主持,大談氣候變化。

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場次 1
時間﹕2019年3月2日(六)2:30 - 5:00pm
地點﹕香港太空館演講廳(尖沙咀梳士巴利道10號)
影片﹕《塑膠海洋》
嘉賓﹕盧啟鏗先生 A Plastic Ocean Foundation教育主任
陳鳳屏女士 海洋拾荒者Kitti

主題﹕氣候變化與海洋垃圾

影片簡介﹕

塑膠海洋 A Plastic Ocean
Craig Leeson / 英國 香港 UK&HK / 2016 / 102mins / 英語 Eng / 中文字幕 Chi Subtitle

導演兼記者Craig Leeson參與A Plastic Ocean拍攝前,對海洋塑膠污染也無甚認識,當目睹海鳥和鯨魚因吞食大量塑膠活活餓死,貧窮的人在垃圾山掙紮求存,他自覺有改變的責任,期望電影能提供問題的全景,扭轉人的認知,推動變化。他引述其中一位受訪科學家的話:

「當你不知道,你不會在意。但當你知道,你無法不去行動。」

《塑膠海洋》A Plastic Ocean,真實揭露全球「用完即棄」的生活方式帶來的嚴重後果。電影製作時間達7年之久,走訪全球二千多個地方,旨在提升大衆對塑膠污染所造成的海洋危機的關注,拍攝團隊捕捉到海洋生態從未曝光的一面,深受震驚。塑膠污染如何進一步影響人體健康?我們可以怎樣阻止破壞繼續蔓延呢?


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場次 2
時間﹕2019年3月16日(六)10:15am - 1:00pm
地點﹕香港電影資料館電影院(西灣河鯉景道50號)
影片﹕《逐冰之旅》
嘉賓﹕梁榮武教授 天文台前助理台長、香港環保電影展氣候大使
莊陳有先生 「低碳亞洲」主席、香港樂施會前總幹事
主持﹕譚偉峰先生 香港環保電影展主席

主題﹕氣候變化與庶民生活

影片簡介﹕

逐冰之旅 Chasing Ice
*閉幕電影
Jeff Orlowski / 美國 USA / 2012 / 75mins / 英語 Eng / 中英文字幕 Chi&Eng Subtitles

影片紀錄了《國家地理》雜誌攝影師詹姆斯·巴羅格長達數年的南極冰川考察之旅。曾經一度巴羅格對於全球氣候變暖的說法半信半疑,但這次考察改變了他的看法,通過他的攝像機鏡頭紀錄,讓我們意識到我們的星球已經面目全非、越發虛弱。巴羅格在一個由年輕人組成的探險團隊的幫助下,通過直升機,木艇、雪橇等交通工具,跨越三個大洲旅行,為我們帶來了震撼視覺和人心的影像和拷問。(Chinese Only)
Date & Time : 2 Mar 2019 (Sat) 2:30 ‑ 5pm (2 hours 30 minutes) Hong Kong Space Museum Lecture Hall 16 Mar 2019 (Sat) 10:15am ‑ 1pm (2 hours 45 minutes) The Cinema, Exhibition Hall and Box Office
Venue : Hong Kong Space Museum Lecture Hall, The Cinema, Exhibition Hall and Box Office
Organisation : Association of Hong Kong Visual Arts and Culture Education, CULTaMAP
Colloquium: Promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Hong Kong
Climate change has become a global challenge today. Being part of the international community, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has been striving to formulate and implement policies in combating climate change and building a sustainable and low-carbon environment. The EMSD, as a government agency taking a leading role in making Hong Kong a top-ranking city in the utilization of energy, will share their experience and journey in promoting energy efficiency and conservation as well as adoption of more renewable energy in the past decades. In addition to their key strategies, namely leading by examples, public engagement and legislation, Ir LAI will brief you how EMSD has been serving as a facilitator and promotor in achieving energy efficiency by collaborating with local universities and start-up's through adoption of innovative technologies. Facilitation measures to encourage private sector to adopt more distributed renewable energy to support the Feed-in Tariff Scheme introduced recently will also be discussed.
Date & Time : 13 March 2019, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Venue : F.A.M. Lecture Theatre (LT8), Yeung Kin Man Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong
Achieving Deep Energy Savings in Commercial Buildings of Hong Kong
With over 90% of electricity consumption in Hong Kong coming from buildings, and a substantial 65% of electricity consumption in Hong Kong is from commercial buildings, it is important for the commercial industry to achieve deep energy savings in order to realize substantial decarbonization in Hong Kong to move towards Paris Agreement and the IPCC special report of limiting global warming to 1.5oC above pre-industrial levels. As the General Manager of Technical Services & Sustainable Development of Swire Properties, Dr. Raymond Yau will explore how the industry can tackle this issue through highlighting the energy management program in Swire Properties, in which a 26% reduction in annual energy consumption is targeted by the year 2020 as compared to 2008. These strategies encompass both new buildings and existing buildings, from “low hanging fruits” to the utilization of smart energy management cloud-based platform, and also the involvement of tenant side. Towards deep energy savings is no longer a one-party action, but an integrated effort from corporates to government to individuals.
Date & Time : 6 March 2019, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Venue : Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, The Building Services Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Innovative and Green Building Conference
Focusing on artificial intelligence, expert rule-based applications, predictive maintenance and smart energy management in building operation, the conference will feature emerging technologies and case studies in smart and green building. The conference will allow participants to exchange with property owners, operators, building professionals and solution providers to explore how to make use of the latest technologies to elevate building performance.
Date & Time : 27 February 2019, 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Venue : Charles K. Kao Auditorium, Science Park, Shatin, Hong Kong
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
Carbon Pricing Workshops
Carbon pricing is one of the efficient ways to reduce carbon emissions. The right price signals can spur action on mitigation and efficiency, stimulate innovation and catalyse investment to manage climate risk and capitalise on emerging opportunities.

The Carbon Pricing Workshops will serve to inform participants on what carbon pricing is and what it means to businesses. Participants will explore the suitable carbon pricing policies to support Hong Kong’s decarbonization transition through this series of workshops.
Date & Time : 15 & 25 February 2019, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
Venue : BEC Offices Room 202E, 2/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Technical Visit to the Data Centre of Electric Centre
HK Electric’s new IT Operations Centre at Electric Centre, North Point, was built to meet the Company’s future IT development needs. In order to implement HK Electric's commitment to sustainable development, various green elements and the most effective operating approaches are adopted. The Centre was designed and built following the US’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design focusing on energy efficiency and conservation. While one-third of the building materials are recyclables, the Centre was also constructed with an aim to ergonomically providing a health, safe, comfortable and environmentally friendly workplace for employees working around the clock in the Centre.
Date & Time : 16 February 2019, 9:30 – 11:30 am
Venue : Electric Centre, 28 City Garden Road, North Point, Hong Kong
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
HKGBC Jockey Club Green and Smart Community Buildings Project - Seminar 5: ISO50001 Energy Management System
In 2011, the International Organisation for Standardisation released ISO 50001 as a globally accepted framework for energy management. This standard is applicable to organisations of all sizes and types for setting up a suitable energy management system (EnMS). With an ISO 50001-based EnMS, an organisation can measure and monitor its energy use, identify areas for improvement and take actions accordingly. Not only will it lead to operational cost savings, it will also help to enhance energy efficiency in the social welfare sector and enable their buildings to satisfy BEAM Plus rating standard.
Date & Time : 12 February 2019, 5:00 – 6:15 pm
Venue : 1/F, Jockey Club Environmental Building, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
賽馬會酷鄰居齊節能計劃 二月環保導賞團:賽馬會氣候變化博物館 (Chinese only)
賽馬會氣候變化博物館為全球第一間以氣候變化為主題既博物館,透過各式各樣互動教育式的展品,讓參加者認識到氣候變化所帶來的問題,並了解如何實踐綠色生活。 (Chinese only)
Date & Time : 2 February 2019, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Venue : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, 8/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, NT
Organisation : Friends of the Earth
Technical Seminar: Polar Research in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Researchers in the higher Arctic
With the establishment of the Polar Research Institute of Hong Kong (PRIHK), local scientists and engineers are able to have a convenient platform conducting their research and development projects relevant to polar phenomena and global climate changes. The "Bauhinia Station", which is located in Longyearbyen of Norwegian Svalbard Isles, has been established since September 2018 and equipped with fundamental facilities for physical, biological and environmental research. The seminar will allow participants to learn details about the Research Institute, as well as the visit sharing by Prof. K.C. Ho and his team on the research and development opportunities on town planning, housing, new and renewable energies, etc.
Date & Time : 30/1/2019, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Venue : Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, The Associate Members Committee of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
2018 CDP Hong Kong & Southeast Asia Report Launch
CDP’s 2018 disclosure cycle came to a close in September. This year, over 7,000 companies representing more than 50% of global market capitalisation provided data to CDP. The global results of our Climate Change, Water, and Forests programmes will be released on 22 January 2019.

To celebrate and recognize corporate leadership from Hong Kong and Southeast Asian companies who have demonstrated environmental stewardship through participation to CDP programmes, our Hong Kong office is hosting a celebratory event on 29 January 2019.

The event presents 2018 CDP scores, regional highlights and updates on 2019 disclosure, marks the progress of sustainability in the region and celebrates corporate leadership in environmental stewardship.

Date: 29 January 2019

Time: 3:00pm-6:00pm

Venue: Bloomberg Hong Kong Office, 25/F, Cheung Kong Center, Hong Kong
For registration and details, please contact Amelie Tan at amelie.tan@cdp.net or 9760 8813.
Date & Time : 29/1/2019, 3:00pm-6:00pm
Venue : Bloomberg Hong Kong Office, 25/F, Cheung Kong Center, Hong Kong
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Technical Seminar on Photovoltaic Panel Application
Following the announcement of the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) Scheme, a large number of solar photovoltaic panel systems will be installed in Hong Kong. Two speakers will be invited in this technical seminar to further promote the development of local renewable energy (RE). The first speaker will be from the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD), HKSAR Government who will introduce two guide books in relation to the PV installation, namely the “Technical Guidelines on Grid Connection of Renewable Energy Power Systems” and the “Guidance Notes for Solar Photovoltaic (PV) System Installation” for members’ information. Also, the regulatory requirements on generating facilities will be covered. The second speaker will be from CLP Power Hong Kong Limited (CLPP) who will share the highlights of the FiT scheme, its application process, technical considerations when connecting solar photovoltaic renewable energy to CLP’s power grid, and a few applications being adopted by the customers.
Date & Time : 23/1/2019, 6:45 – 8:00 pm
Venue : Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Organisation : Building service division It is jointly organised with Electrical Division
第十六屆環保嘉年華 (Chinese only)
由環保促進會舉辦,「環保嘉年華」旨在透過遊戲攤位,向市民推廣低碳、乾淨回收及綠色生活。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 20/1/2019, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Venue : Piazza, Kowloon Park
Organisation : Green Council
第十八屆環保創意模型設計比賽(Chinese only)
由環保促進會舉辦,第十八屆環保創意模型設計比賽希望透過生動有趣及富啟發性的活動,提高參賽者對環境保護的關注,並鼓勵他們發揮無限創意,以新穎有趣的方法,利用可循環再用的物料,設計具環保意念的模型車;同時藉此提高參賽者對環保科學的興趣,培養自我增值的能力,以及建立團隊精神。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 20/1/2019, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Venue : Piazza, Kowloon Park
Organisation : Green Council
大埔社區減廢日暨減廢成果分享閉幕典禮 (Chinese only)
由環保觸覺及埔區議會環境保護及優化工作小組合辦的減少固體廢物項目「大埔免『廢』社區」計劃即將圓滿結束,並將舉行的最後一次減廢日,同時舉辦減廢成果分享閉幕典禮。當日活動包括環保講座、減廢教育回收站、漂物攤位、升級再造「減廢」工作坊及減廢成果分享閉幕典禮,希望市民透過活動學習分類回收,並加深對區內的環保事項及回收設備的了解。 (Chinese only)
Date & Time : 20/1/2019, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
Venue : Hall, 1/F, Tai Po Community Centre, 2 Heung Sze Wui Street, Tai Po
Organisation : Green Sense
BEC workshop: Turning Hong Kong’s Municipal Solid Waste into Solid Recovered Fuel
The workshop will focus on the Waste-to-Energy project, which is about turning Municipal Solid Waste in Hong Kong into Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) for the benefit of the local energy sector with minimal environmental impact. SRF can be utilized as an alternative fuel to substitute coal or other fossil fuels at local cement or power plants. With lower CO2 emissions, it will significantly reduce the average carbon footprint, as well as increase local recycling rates and encourage renewable energy.
Date & Time : 10/1/2019, 5:00 – 6:30 pm
Venue : BEC Auditorium, G/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : Business Environment Council
Technical Visit to Siu Ho Wan Sewage Treatment Works
Siu Ho Wan Sewage Treatment Works is a chemically enhanced primary sewage treatment (CEPT) plant located in North Lantau Island. A solar farm was commissioned in the plant, which is currently the largest one in Hong Kong. Commissioned in 1998, the treatment capacity of CEPT was upgraded in 2004 to 180,000 m3 per day. To reduce energy consumption, a solar farm with estimated annual electricity generation of 1,100,000 kW hours was commissioned in the plant, which is equivalent to 25% of electricity consumption of the plant. The visit will allow participants to explore the operation and strategies of CEPT on energy-saving.
Date & Time : 10/1/2019, 10:00 – 11:30 am
Venue : Siu Ho Wan Sewage Treatment Works, Cheung Tung Road, Lantau Island, N.T.
Organisation : The Mechanical, Marine, Naval Architecture and Chemical Division of Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Technical Seminar: Introduction to ISO 14024 - Type 1 Ecolabelling
“Ecolabelling” is a voluntary method of environmental performance certification and labelling that is practised around the world. An ecolabel identifies products or services proven environmentally preferable overall, within a specific product or service category. There are different classifications of label, and The International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) has identified three broad types of voluntary labels, with ecolabelling fitting under the strongest Type 1 designation. The seminar will give details on the Hong Kong Green Label Scheme (HKGLS), which was launched by the Green Council, in order to certify environmentally preferable products in the market.
Date & Time : 7/1/2019, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Venue : Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Technical Seminar on Government Requirements and Guidelines for Photovoltaic Panel System
Following the Feed-in-Tariff policy, a large number of photovoltaic panel systems will be installed in Hong Kong. Speakers from the two Government Departments will outline the current statutory procedures and technical requirements and guidelines for the audience to keep abreast of the latest development of this subject.
Date & Time : 4/1/2019, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Venue : Lecture Theatre FJ301, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Organisation : Hong Kong Association of Energy Engineers, Department of Electrical Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Energy Institute (Hong Kong Branch)
Green Office Programme (GO!)
To encourage CUHK offices to adopt green practices in their daily operations.
Date & Time : May 2012–Present
Venue : The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Campus
Organisation : Campus Planning and Sustainability Office of CUHK
Chinese University (CU) Green Buddies Scheme
To encourage students and staff members to adopt green practices in their daily lives.
Date & Time : 2013–Present
Venue : The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Campus
Organisation : Campus Planning and Sustainability Office of CUHK
Green Hong Kong Green Eco-heritage tours
To enhance the ecological value of Hong Kong and Lamma islands and promote sustainable development and environmental education.
Date & Time : Every first and third Sunday of each month 9:00 – 13:00
Venue : HK Island Lamma Island
Organisation : HK Electric & The Conservancy Association
Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC) : Weekend Eco-tour
Participants will visit ecological attractions on the Chinese University of Hong Kong campus and other eco-knowledge.
Date & Time : Every Saturday morning 10:00–11:00 (except public holiday)
Venue : Lake Ad Excellentiam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)  
Organisation : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC)
Smart Power Campaign
To promote energy efficiency and a low carbon lifestyle among the public, in particular the younger generations through a wide array of activities.
Date & Time : On-going
Venue : Various HK Electric premises, schools, M21 and shopping malls
Organisation : HK Electric
HK Electric Smart Power Fund
Promote energy efficiency for residential buildings.
Date & Time : Round the year
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : HK Electric
CLP Power Low Carbon Energy Education Centre
The centre aims to offer visitors an interesting and thought-provoking experience as they learn about the importance of low carbon energy in addressing the challenge of climate change. The five thematic zones are featured by multimedia and interactive elements including a 3D virtual tour that takes visitors inside a nuclear reactor.
Date & Time : Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00am to 6:00pm, Guided tours are available by pre-booking in groups (minimum 15 persons) Closed on Mondays, Sundays and public holidays
Venue : Room 3202, 3/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, 88 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
2017 / 2018 Appliances Bonus Scheme
To encourage the citizens to adopt energy-efficient appliances and enjoy a greener lifestyle, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited has launched the “2017 / 2018 Appliances Bonus Scheme”. By offering discounts on electric bills, CLP Power wishes to encourage the application of energy-efficient appliances.
Date & Time : Ongoing
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) Visit
ZCB is to serve as an exhibition centre, an education centre and an information centre for zero/low carbon building design and technologies and for promoting low carbon living in Hong Kong.

Mission
ZCB shall showcase the state-of-the-art eco-building design and technologies to the construction industry locally and internationally with a view to promote their application in Hong Kong.

ZCB shall raise community awareness of low carbon living in Hong Kong and promote behavioural changes towards low carbon living by providing guided ZCB tours and organising education programmes.

ZCB shall regularly disseminate the latest low/zero carbon building technologies and practices to industry stakeholders.
Date & Time : ZCB Landscape Area: Monday to Sunday 7:00 – 20:00; ZCB Indoor Exhibition Area: Monday to Sunday (Closed on Wednesdays and public holidays); Guided tours only, starting at 10:00 ; 14:00 and 16:00 (Need Booking)
Venue : No.8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay
Organisation : ZCB
Green Congregation
Encourage participants to donate excess soft toys for congregation
Date & Time : Nov – Dec 2018
Venue : CUHK Campus
Organisation : Campus Planning and Sustainability Office
Technical Seminar: An Integrated Design Approach for Energy Conservation and Carbon Emission Reduction in Tall Buildings
The HKSAR government has targeted to reduce the building energy intensity by 40% in 2025 and the carbon intensity by 50-60% in 2020. Developing energy-efficient and low-carbon buildings is considered as an important direction to achieve the governmental goals for substantial energy conservation and carbon emission reduction. In this seminar, the speaker will share an integrated approach for designing energy-efficient and low-carbon green buildings in the high-rise urban environment, taking into consideration of operation energy and carbon from daily usage as well as embodied energy and carbon from construction materials. Case studies on application of the proposed approach for low carbon materials, structural form designs, and operation energy savings will be shared during the session.
Date & Time : 21/12/2018, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Venue : Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, The Civil Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Technical Seminar: Coastal Challenges to Flood Management in times of Climate Change
Super-Typhoon Mangkhut 2018 caused high storm surges resulting in serious flooding in many low-lying coastal areas in Hong Kong. This reminds us of the inadequacy of our flood management infrastructure which has been well developed mainly for inland areas subject to rainfall induced floods. At the same time, with indisputable Climate Change, the mean sea levels are rising and storm surges will also be increased by more frequent Super-Typhoons due to increasingly warm Pacific Ocean temperatures. This seminar will share the Speaker’s insights into the coastal challenges to flood management in times of Climate Changes, while addressing coastal flood mitigation measures including emergency evacuation based on real-time sea level forecasting (by combining storm surge and astronomical tide predictions), coastal polders, storm surge barriers and floating structures.
Date & Time : 19/12/2018, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Venue : Room Y302, Block Y, The HK Polytechnic University
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, The Civil Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Building Services Operation and Maintenance Executives Society (BSOMES), International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research - Hong Kong Chapter (IAHR-HK)
PLEA 2018: Smart and Healthy within the 2 degree Limit
With the theme "Smart and Healthy within the 2-degree Limit", Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) 2018 Conference aims to bring together about 250-300 academia, researchers and professionals in the building industry in the pursuit of a better and more sustainable urban environment.
Date & Time : 10-12 December 2018
Venue : The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, NT, HK
Organisation : The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Workshop on Renewable Energy and Feed-in-tariff in Hong Kong
HKU was the pioneer in investigating the technical aspects on grid-connection of small renewable energy systems. Various experiments and pilot study were conducted at HKU before the Hong Kong Government published a set of technical guidelines on grid-connection. Also, a pilot project was funded by the ITC to install three different kinds of photovoltaic technologies at the S.K.H. Kei Wai (MaWan) Primary School. There is much experience built upon those pilot projects and study regarding the technical details of grid-connection of Renewable Energy (RE) systems. Although much of the information had been published, it was not well disseminated to the local engineers in a systematic way. With the imminent effect of feed-in-tariff in 2018, the number of grid-connect RE systems in Hong Kong is expected to grow significantly in the coming years, and hence the need to transfer the knowledge to community will be valuable to the industry and local community. The workshop will deliver information on different aspects, including the technical requirements on grid connection of renewable energy systems, relevant policies, the financial arrangement, etc.
Date & Time : 11/12/2018, 9:00 am -6:00 pm
Venue : Lecture Theatre A, Chow Yei Ching Building
Organisation : Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
Smart Power Centre Visit
To demonstrate energy-efficient electrical equipment & introduce tips on the safe use of electricity
Date & Time : Ongoing, by appointment
Venue : 11/F , Electric Centre, 28 City Garden Road, HK
Organisation : HK Electric
Green Elites
Please refer to the description in Chinese.
Date & Time : Ongoing
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
「齊節能」展覽 (Chinese only)
由地球之友舉辦,「賽馬會酷鄰居齊節能計劃」將舉行「齊節能」展覽,希望透過AR多媒體體驗、互動遊戲、環保教室等,向市民推廣智慧用電,讓大眾了解氣候變化帶來的問題,並提高節能意識,為減排出一分力。(Chinese only)
Date & Time : 29/11/2018 - 02/12/2018 11:00am - 6:00 pm
Venue : Citygate Outlets
Organisation : Friends of Earth
Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change (MoCC) Exhibition
Please refer to the description in Chinese.
Date & Time : 30/08/2018 (Thursday) to 30/11/2018 (Friday)
Venue : 8/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia
World Green Run-Run for Blue Sky
To enhance awareness and action (Sport x Green Cross-Over)
-Build a Better Air Quality Environment in Hong Kong
-Stop Traffic and Plastic Pollution through Lifestyle Changes
Date & Time : 25/11/2018 (Sunday) 07:00 - 13:00
Venue : Lung Wo Road, Central
Organisation : World Green Organisation
Technical Seminar: New Environmental Challenges and Opportunities and the Setting Up of EPD's Environmental Academy
The seminar will give an overview of the major environmental challenges facing Hong Kong and the opportunities such challenges open up. It will cover the newly established Environmental Academy in the Environmental Protection Department and how this may contribute to advancing environmental professionalism in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area.
Date & Time : 12/11/2018, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Venue : Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Technical Seminar on Feed-in Tariff Scheme
The seminar will cover details of the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) Schemes of both power companies, including eligibility, application flow and technical requirements. Engineering design and environmental considerations (e.g. arrangement of metering, treatment of environmental attributes) for installation of renewable energy power systems, technical requirements of grid connection for renewable energy system to the Power Company’s system and how to join the FiT Schemes will also be discussed. In connection with the FiT Schemes, the schemes on renewable energy certificates (RECs) will also be introduced.
Date & Time : 06/11/2018, 6:30 pm -8:00 pm
Venue : Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay
Organisation : The Environmental Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Road Transport Dialogue Platform Third Meeting - Supporting the Transition to Electric and Hybrid Commercial Vehicles & Buses
Organized by the Business Environmental Council, the Road Transport Dialogue Platform is supported by the Environment Bureau (ENB) as well as Transport and Housing Bureau (THB). This platform is being set up for those companies who own, manage or otherwise control fleets of vehicles (e.g. buses, trucks, vans) to come together and develop a way forward to reduce carbon and other air pollutants. The meeting will focus on the presentation by BEC on the draft research paper on the benefits, challenges and potential solutions related to the transition to electric commercial vehicles in Hong Kong.
Date & Time : 5/11/2018, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Venue : BEC Auditorium, G/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : Business Environmental Council
Energy Saving Exhibition
Organized by Friends of Earth, the "Jockey Club COOL Neighbours for Energy Saving" is going to hold the "Energy Saving" exhibition. Through AR and 3D multimedia experiences, interactive games, environmental workshops, the group hopes the exhibition can encourage citizens to use electricity wisely, and let the public to know more the consequences of climate change.
Date & Time : 1/11/2018 – 4/11/2018, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Venue : L1, D·Park, Tsuen Wan
Organisation : Friends of Earth
Technical Visit to Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant at Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital
Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital is the first hospital in Hong Kong to adopt an environmentally friendly system, where landfill gases are utilized to fuel the combined heat and power (CHP) system to generate electricity and supply steam and hot water for various hospital facilities. Not only electricity costs for the hospital are saved, the system also helps reducing carbon emission effectively. The technical visit organized by HKIE will allow participants to learn about the smart usage of the CHP system, the benefits of distributed energy system and social engagement on sustainability.
Date & Time : 3/11/2018, 10:00 am – 12:00 nn
Venue : Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital, 11 Chuen On Road, Tai Po
Organisation : The Mechanical, Marine, Naval Architecture and Chemical Division of Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Public Policy Forum on Economic Opportunities of Climate Change
Climate mitigation and adaptation are often understood to be reluctant responses to climate change, as a society is obliged to redirect resources that could have been used for other purposes. Because climate change is a genuinely global environmental problem, countries are often passive about using domestic resources for mitigation. The international climate negotiations that have been conducted in the past two-and-a-half decades have been bumpy and have encountered many setbacks. The most recent dramatic reversal occurred in 2017 when President Trump pulled the United States out of the Paris Agreement.

However, economic opportunities could also emerge in our response to climate change. New industries, such as wind turbines and solar PV, have grown to provide millions of jobs worldwide. Hong Kong is positioned to benefit from the global climate efforts. These new industries demand financial and legal services as well as innovations. Hong Kong could strategically utilize climate change to strengthen its current economic pillars and nurture new ones.

Towards achieving the above objective, the forum will invite outstanding scholars from both overseas and Hong Kong to share their insights on such economic opportunities and possible ways of capitalizing on them. Since all countries and governments around the world are facing significant challenges in this policy area, this theme will make the experiences and cases in the forum highly relevant and useful to a large number of participants in policymaking and research.

The forum is open to the press and public.
Date & Time : 01/11/2018 (Thursday) 14:30-17:30
Venue : Cho Yiu Conference Hall, CUHK
Organisation : Policy Research @ HKIAPS, Global China Research Programme, CUHK, MSSc in Public Policy Programme, Department of Government and Public Administration, CUHK, Department of Geography and Resource Management, CUHK
Green O' Camp Sponsorship Scheme 2018
To encourage O' Camp organizers (OCs) to incorporate green elements in their O' Camps in order to reduce the environmental impact of the event, and to help introduce a green life style to the freshmen and also the green resources on campus which they can use
Date & Time : May – Oct 2018
Venue : CUHK Campus
Organisation : Campus Planning and Sustainability Office
“My Green Space” Green Building Competition for Schools 2018
Hong Kong Green Building Council strives to enhance public understanding and awareness towards green buildings and has established “My Green Space” Green Building Competition for Schools since 2011. The Competition is intended to educate the younger generation with green building knowledge, and nurture them into pioneers in promoting green building concepts. The council aims to encourage students to apply creative ideas of green building concepts in their livings, developing an ideal green space.
Date & Time : Registration: 3/9/2018 – 31/10/2018
Venue : NA
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council
Smart Power Services Launching Ceremony (by invitation only)
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Date & Time : 30/10/2018 (Tuesday) 15:00
Venue : HK Electric Centre, Wan Chai
Organisation : Hongkong Electric Company
CARe2018 Climate Adaptation & Resilience Conference
The Climate Adaptation and Resilience Conference 2018 – CARe2018 – will bring together a wide range of experts and stakeholders from across the globe, across industry and business sectors, as well as from local and regional authorities to learn and examine what it would take to make cities and region much more climate resilient. There will need to be new multidiscipline policies and public and private investments to depend against extreme weather events. The conference will showcase policies and practices that promote infrastructure investments that would bring about greater resilience that strengthens cities and regions; as well as good practices for public sector officers and communities to learn and reorganise to face climate change challenges.
Date & Time : 27/10/2018 (Saturday) - 29/10/2018 (Monday)
Venue : Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Organisation : The Institute for the Environment (HKUST), Division of Environment and Sustainability (HKUST), HKUST Energy Institute, HKUST GREAT Smart Cities Center, Institute for Public Policy of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Eco Expo Asia
Themed under “Waste Less Save More for a Low-carbon Future”, the 13th edition of Eco Expo Asia takes place at AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong from 25-28 October 2018. The Expo is organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd. The Environment Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is the co-host, underscoring the HKSAR government’s commitment to environmental protection. The emphasis is very much on cutting-edge green technologies, smart and innovative products and solutions. Exhibitors are grouped into the product categories such as:
• Green Building and Energy Efficiency
• Green Transportation
• Waste Management and Recycling
• Water Treatment and Quality Management
In 2017, the exhibits covered the full spectrum of environmental initiatives with 335 exhibitors presenting a global overview. More than 14,000 buyers from 102 countries and regions attended the fair.
Date & Time : 25 Oct 2018 (Thu) 10:30am - 6:00pm, 26-27 Oct 2018 (Fri - Sat) 10:00am - 6:00pm, 28 Oct 2018 (Sun) 10:00am - 5:00pm
Venue : AsiaWorld-Expo
Organisation : Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd
Green Walk Hong Kong
Promote to replace the short-distance rides by walking, so to reduce carbon
emissions and implement the low-carbon life.
Date & Time : 28/10/2018 (Sunday) 10:00 - 20:00
Venue : The Vessel No. 3
Organisation : World Green Organisation
綠色遊踪 (Chinese Only)
由世界綠色組織舉辦,今年度的綠色遊踪以城市定向形式及「城市遠足」為題,帶「動」區內、外的居民遊走各處,於參賽過程中,學習各種環保資訊外,重新認識當區及香港,並把步行減碳的訊息擴展至社區層面。(Chinese Only)
Date & Time : 28/10/2018 (Sunday) 12:00 - 18:00
Venue : The Vessels No. 3, Kwun Tong Promenade
Organisation : World Green Organization
Climathon 2018 Hong Kong: Create a Zero Carbon future for Hong Kong
"Climathon" is a global 24-hour climate change hackathon initiated by Climate-KIC, a climate innovation organization based in Europe. It takes place simultaneously in major cities around the world, during which participants discuss climate challenges facing their home city and come up with solutions through collective wisdom. Participants could join individually or as a team of 3-8 people and help tackle four major climate challenges facing Hong Kong, by proposing innovative solutions to help the business sector and the community.
Date & Time : 26/10/2018 (Saturday) 19:00 - 27/10/2018 (Monday)19:00
Venue : CarbonCare InnoLab, Jockey Club CarbonCare Open Innovation Lab
Organisation : The Chinese University of Hong Kong
CLP Smart Energy Award 2018
The programme promotes energy efficiency in the business sector, encourages business customers to adopt green measures in their operations. The award ceremony recognises companies’ efforts on EE&C and their outstanding energy saving performances
Date & Time : 18/10/2018 (Thursday)
Venue : Hotel
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Island House Festival
Discover sustainable solutions to change the way we live this October at WWF’s Island House Conservation Studies Centre in Tai Po with talks from conservation experts, eco-guided visits around the historic building and surrounding grounds, film screenings and a green market with eco-friendly products and snacks. Participants can not only learn the way to reduce ecological footprint, but can also enjoy a green holiday with friends and family.
Date & Time : 13 – 14/10/2018 (Saturday to Sunday) 10:00 – 18:00
Venue : Island House Conservation Studies Centre, Tai Po
Organisation : World Wide Fund For Nature
No Air Con Night 2018
“No Air Con Night” is Green Sense annual territory-wide energy saving campaign started in 2010, in order to promote the wise use of air-conditioning. Green Sense will organize a Kick-off Ceremony and Energetic Night at Waterfront, so as to encourage citizens to turn off the air conditioners and enjoy the great view of Victoria Harbor.
Date & Time : 5/10/2018 (Friday) 17:00 – 21:00
Venue : Tamar Park, Harcourt Road, Admiralty
Organisation : Green Sense
Hong Kong Green Building Week 2018
Hong Kong Green Building Week is an annual territory-wide campaign aiming to encourage the public to live a greener life and understand more about green building development. Details of this year's activities will be announced in our website soon. Stay tuned!
Date & Time : 30/8/2018 - 3/10/2018
Venue : Please refer to website for details of individual events
Organisation : Construction Industry Council & Hong Kong Green Building Council
Tai Po Eco Home
Tai Po Eco Home, a one-stop green lifestyle centre, brings smart yet green living ideas to the residents in the New Territories. Customers can try out energy efficient appliances and participate in cooking classes. A list of innovative energy saving products fit for village homes and low-density housing, including electric vehicle charging demonstration and typical solar power system for Feed-in Tariff, are available at the centre.
Date & Time : Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, Saturday from 9am to 1pm (Except Public Holidays)
Venue : G/F, Central Plaza, 51-59, Kwong Fuk Road, Tai Po
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Technical Visit to the Sludge Treatment Facility (T·PARK)
The sludge treatment facility (T·PARK) is designed to provide an innovative and eco-friendly solution for the problem of sewage sludge disposal in Hong Kong. With the guided tour offered by T·PARK, participants have a precious opportunity to appreciate the state-of-the-art technologies in the facility and the concept of transferring waste to energy for the sustainable development of society.
Date & Time : 29/9/2018 (Saturday) 10:30 – 12:00
Venue : T · PARK, No. 25 Nim Wan Road, Tsang Tsui, Tuen Mun
Organisation : The Mechanical, Marine, Naval Architecture and Chemical Division of Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
BOCHK Corporate Environmental Leadership Awards 2018 - Seminar on Environmental Management & Green Business Model
Please refer to the description in Chinese.
Date & Time : 4/9/2018 (Tuesday) 14:30 – 17:00
Venue : 15/F, Infotech Centre, 21 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong
Organisation : Federation of Hong Kong Industries
CLP "Power Your Love" Programme
A campaign combining energy saving with community care. For every unit of electricity saved by CLP Power’s residential customers in this summer, the Company will donate the electricity saved to households in need.
Date & Time : Summer 2018
Venue : Not applicable
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Launching Ceremony of Hong Kong Green Building Week 2018
Hong Kong Green Building Week is an annual territory-wide campaign aiming to encourage the public to live a greener life and understand more about green building development. Details of this year's activities will be announced in our website soon. Stay tuned!
Date & Time : 30/8/2018 (Thuesday)
Venue : Please refer to website for details of individual events
Organisation : Construction Industry Council & Hong Kong Green Building Council
Green Fun Day
The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change will organize the 'Green Fun Day', in order to enhance citizens' understanding of climate change and sustainable environment. The fun-filled event features green workshop, guided tour to our Museum and CUHK eco-tour.
Date & Time : 18/8/2018 (Saturday) 14:00 – 16:30
Venue : Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, 8/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Organisation : CUHK Jockey Club Initiative Gaia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Corporate Social Responsibility Forum cum Awards Presentation Ceremony for COOL Corporate Membership Scheme 2017/18
The event aims to stimulate discussions on how to drive sustainability at the corporate level, and to show appreciation to our corporate members on their CSR & ESG performances.
Date & Time : 8/8/2018 (Wednesday) 14:00 - 16:30
Venue : Zero Carbon Building
Organisation : Friends of the Earth (HK)
CPD Event - Case Sharing of HK G-PASS Platinum Green Products
"HKGBC Green Product Accreditation and Standards (HK G-PASS)" was established in 2015, in order to standardize measures in the green impact of the building products. The seminar will cover case sharing of 2 certified HK G-PASS Platinum green products. Speakers will share the achievements of their green products in HK G-PASS and examples of adoption of such green products in building projects.
Date & Time : 3/8/2018 (Friday) 19:00 – 20:30
Venue : Room 109-110, Jockey Club Environmental Building, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Organisation : Hong Kong Green Building Council Limited, CaSO (HK) Engineering Company Limited, Nippon Paint (HK) Co. Ltd.
2017/18 Walk for Green Campaign
To encourage CUHK staff and students to walk more on campus (instead of taking the bus) via card readers established in various locations on campus to record walking trips and to reward walkers.
Date & Time : September 2017–June 2018
Venue : The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Campus
Organisation : CUHK Campus
Engineer in School
This school outreach programme is designed to educate students about energy issues and inspire them to pursue careers in power engineering. CLP young engineers guide junior secondary students through a series of interactive and innovative activities, including school talks, technology workshops and engineer experience tour. In 2017/18 school year, CLP will reach out to about 10,000 students from 50 secondary schools.
Date & Time : 2017/18 School Year
Venue : Not Applicable
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Seminars on Hong Kong Green Awards 2018 Information Dissemination and Experience Sharing
The seminar will include Review of Hong Kong Green Awards and Briefing of Hong Kong Green Awards 2018, as well as experience sharing from rewarded organizations.
Date & Time : 22/6/2018 (Friday) 14:00 – 17:00
Venue : Room 204, 2/F., Admiralty Centre, HKU SPACE Admiralty Learning Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Organisation : Green Council
SEE Tech Talk Series on Advanced Environmental Technologies
The School of Energy and Environment (SEE) of CityU has been undertaking cutting-edge research to address urgent energy- and environment-related issues in various categories, including sustainable technologies for energy, environment and health, urban atmospheric and aquatic environment and smart and healthy cities. In this SEE Tech Talk Series, Dr. Patrick Lee, Dr. Jin Shang and Dr. Wen Zhou will share their ongoing research on advanced environmental technologies.
Date & Time : 16/6/2018 (Saturday) 9:30 – 11:45
Venue : Peter Ho Lecture Theatre (LT-10), 4/F, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Organisation : School of Energy and Environment City University of Hong Kong Business Environment Council, Energy Institute (Hong Kong), The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Seminars on Hong Kong Green Awards 2018 Information Dissemination and Experience Sharing
The seminar will include Review of Hong Kong Green Awards and Briefing of Hong Kong Green Awards 2018, as well as experience sharing from rewarded organizations.
Date & Time : 15/6/2018 (Friday) 14:00 – 17:00
Venue : Room 204, 2/F., Admiralty Centre, HKU SPACE Admiralty Learning Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Organisation : Green Council
CLP Smart Energy Symposium
CLP organises the symposium with an aim to encourage our business customers to implement smart and energy efficient measures in their business operations, and hence enhance energy saving.
Date & Time : 12/6/2018 (Tuesday)
Venue : Hotel
Organisation : CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
2018 HKAEE Experience Sharing Seminars
Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence (HKAEE) was launched in 2008 to engage companies/organizations in Hong Kong in adopting environmental management and achieving excellence in performance towards environmental protection. Organizations from different sectors with outstanding environmental performance will share their achievements in a series of seminars.
Date & Time : 11/6/2018 (Monday) 14:15 – 17:00
Venue : Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Organisation : Environmental Campaign Committee, Environmental Protection Department
Croucher Advanced Study Institute: Frontiers in Energy Storage
Co-organized by the HKUST Energy Institute and HKUST Jockey Club Institute for Advanced Study, the 3-days program will comprise lectures and short presentations, in which prominent experts from all around the world will present the latest findings and developments, and share their views on the rapidly developing research on energy storage. The Croucher ASI will also include open discussions to reflect on old ideas and to stimulate new ideas on future generations of energy storage technologies.

Participants of the Croucher ASI will have the opportunities to share their work - theories, methodologies, industry applications, case studies, etc. - and to explore further communication and collaborations with other participants.
Date & Time : 6 – 8/6/2018 (Wednesday to Friday) 9:00 – 17:00
Venue : IAS Lecture Theater, Lo Ka Chung Building, Lee Shau Kee Campus The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Organisation : HKUST Energy Institute, HKUST Jockey Club Institute for Advanced Study
HK Green Day
Echoing the World Environment Day (WED) initiated by the United Nations in 1972, the Green Council has staged the Hong Kong Green Day (HKGD) since 2013. The HKGD aims to encourage corporations and the general public to consider and take actions to make Hong Kong "greener”. After the HKGD, there will also be a month-long series of activities to inspire Hong Kong citizens to “Go Green, Act Green”.
Date & Time : 5/6/2018 (Tuesday) 16:00 – 18:00
Venue : Level 1 Fantasy Island, Maritime Square, Tsing Yi
Organisation : Green Council
Love Food Hate Waste @ The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Campaign–Canteen Promotion
To promote Food Cherishing to diners to reduce food wastage.
Date & Time : September 2017–May 2018