The Citizen Clean Air Plan aims to develop a conversation with the Government, and inspire discussion among different sectors, including the business, professional, academic, and the community to collate their views on how they can do their parts to clean air.
With unprecedented global and regional momentum on green recovery, the society at large has a strong expectation of the HKSAR Government’s new “Clean Air Plan for Hong Kong 2035”. Since the launch of the Clean Air Plan (“CAP 2013”), by the Environment Bureau in 2013, it has provided a vision and strategic framework for the society to progress towards the go
The Citizen Clean Air Plan also mapped two routes to make further achievements on cleaning the air.
Firstly, we urge the HKSAR Government to establish ambitious clean air goals which are comparable to global cities and complying with the most stringent standard of the World Health Organization’s Air Quality Guidelines, to contribute to a truly liveable super region with cleaner air and lower carbon, and to migrate to an exposure-based air pollution management paradigm, that will more effectively protect public health.
Secondly, we also call for the civil society, including the professionals, the academics, the public and private sectors, to work hand in hand, and address specific issues that affect the community on a daily basis but are currently out of reach by the Government policy.