Hong Kong should aim to be carbon zero by 2050, say government advisers to city’s climate change blueprint



Hong Kong should work towards being a carbon zero city by 2050, according to a heavily delayed report designed to help the government meet its international pledges on climate change.The Council for Sustainable Development on Friday published 55 recommendations for the government’s blueprint for tackling the environmental crisis, drawing on public views for a long-term decarbonisation strategy in the city.“It is not easy to achieve a net zero carbon target by 2050, but the council thinks it is…

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