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Fashionista: WWF programme recycles fishing nets into à la mode accessories Abandoned fishing nets collected in Hong Kong waters and upcycled into wearable accessories are to be displayed at the Fashion Summit on 6-7 September at the Hong Kong Convention…

December 18, 2018

“Drink Without Waste” Calls on Hong Kong to Reduce Beverage Waste Large amount of single-use beverage packaging waste including bottles and bottle caps are found on the coastal area of Tung Ping Chau.© WWF – Hong KongWWF-Hong Kong joins…

December 7, 2018

WWF’s Corporate Sustainability Summit Calls for an End to Single-Use Plastics WWF’s second annual Corporate Sustainability Summit took place on Friday 30 November 2018 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.© WWF-Hong Kong WWF-Hong Kong’s…

December 4, 2018

Coastal Watch Releases its Latest Ecological and Marine Litter Survey Report Plastic is the major component of marine litter – ranges between 60 and 80% depending on location Coastal Watch urges the government to introduce producer responsibility schemes…

October 28, 2016

The Coastal Watch 2015-16 Wrap Up and Awards Ceremony Marine litter surveys results show plastic is the number one component of litter Coastal Watch urges everyone to pledge to “Knock Plastic Out of the Ocean”! In June 2014, WWF-Hong Kong launched the ground-breaking Coastal Watch project. The aim of this two-year project was to continue the public engagement and active momentum which…

October 20, 2016

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