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March 20, 2019

The View: Kong’s property developers should have the sense to go green and protect assets from climate change

Hong Kong, with key assets just above sea level, faces threats from climate change. A new low-carbon charter shows it makes business and political sense to collaborate with Beijing to improve energy efficiency in buildings and reduce emissions. By Adjunct Fellow Jill Baker.

February 20, 2019

The View: Hong Kong is caught between China and the US in their new cold war – but this isn’t the first time

Hong Kong was branded a ‘dying’ city in the darkest days of the Korean war but rose to the occasion. With a new standoff brewing, it must now bolster the institutions that make it unique. By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark Clifford.

January 15, 2019

The View: How Hong Kong can solve its waste crisis and become the Silicon Valley of recycling

The city, with its enviable budget surpluses, has the resources to clean up its environment and lead the circular economy. A waste charging scheme has been announced, and ‘reverse vending machines’ are being considered. By Asia Business Council Adjunct Fellow Jill Baker.

December 18, 2018

Opinion: Chinese tech companies should focus on conquering the world from Shenzhen, as hostility increases abroad

Given the hostile investment environment overseas, it’s time for Chinese tech players to forge a new growth path in the Greater Bay Area in the global race for technological supremacy. By Asia Business Council Program Director Janet Pau.

November 23, 2018

Opinion: Hong Kong can retain its special status with the US if it cultivates its differences from mainland China

The trade war and a US report raise questions about how Hong Kong will be treated, it must strengthen its role as a guardian of global norms. By Asia Business Council Program Director Janet Pau.

November 17, 2018

Opinion: The vital importance of keeping the ‘special’ in the Special Administrative Region

Hong Kong needs to cultivate its position as a protected zone between different worlds. Without it, the city is no use to China or the world. By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark Clifford.

October 22, 2018

Philippines’ Ayala Corp. Pivots To Renewables With Vietnam Solar Investment

AC Energy, a subsidiary of Philippine conglomerate Ayala Corp., has pledged to use technology to improve lives and ensure a sustainable future for all. By Asia Business Council Adjunct Fellow Jill Baker.

October 13, 2018

Opinion: Curbs on Hong Kong’s freedoms could suck the lifeblood out of the city

The city thrives on a free flow of information and ideas, on discussions and even dissent: without these elements it may not survive as a financial and business center. By Asia Business Council Executive Director Mark Clifford.

June 18, 2018

Solar Leader China Is Slashing Its Subsidies On Solar Power — What You Need To Know

China accounted for about 50% of global solar demand in 2017. Expect consolidation and asset sales over the next few years, as well as some bankruptcies, as the supply-demand imbalance corrects. By Asia Business Council Adjunct Fellow Jill Baker.

July 31, 2018

Build up climate change resilience in the Bay Area

Hong Kong plays a crucial role in building climate change resilience in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and, in doing so, can contribute significantly to the whole region’s competitiveness and liveability. By Asia Business Council Program Director Janet Pau.

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