Hong Kong’s housing and economic development must be linked to the environment to create a liveable city

The incoming chief executive should include the environment in his key performance indicators for measuring Hong Kong’s progress. Preserving natural habitats will boost people’s physical and mental well-being and make Hong Kong an example for the rest of the Greater Bay Area.


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