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Positive Change Through Action

Hong Kong is our home and we are working hard to make it better. That can mean pressuring fast food outlets about the plastic nightmare they are handing out, or an all-out campaign to ensure the government does not bulldoze our precious country parks. Let's look back at our work, take a deep breath, and continue forward. Together.

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Saving Our Country Parks WE CAN SOLVE THE HOUSING CRISIS AND KEEP OUR COUNTRY PARKS. 53,000 PEOPLE AGREE.
Protect the Antarctic While we made a huge win for Antarctic wildlife in July, our dream is to make the world's largest marine sanctuary.
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Protect the Antarctic While we made a huge win for Antarctic wildlife in July, our dream is to make the world's largest marine sanctuary.
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Break Free from Plastic PLASTIC IS A DEADLY SOURCE OF POLLUTION AND FAST FOOD CHAINS ARE THE MAIN CULPRITS. GREENPEACE ASKED FAIRWOOD AND CAFÉ DE CORAL TO URGENTLY INTRODUCE A PLAN TO PHASE OUT PLASTICS.
Reasons for Hope EXTREME WEATHER IS NOW THREE TIMES MORE COMMON IN HONG KONG THAN IN 2000. READ ON TO FIND OUT GREENPEACE'S RECOMMENDATIONS TO TACKLE THIS GLOBALLY AND LOCALLY.
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Reasons for Hope How did you cope with the sweltering heat this summer? Extreme weather is now three times more common here than in 2000. Read on to find out Greenpeace's solutions.
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When there's a baby orangutan in your bedroom…

"There's a human in my forest, and I don't know what to do. He destroyed all of our trees for your food and your shampoo."

Cover Story
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The past: It isn't palm oil's fault, is it?

Why are vast tracts of rainforests being bulldozed? Are we losing 25 orangutans every day? Spoiler: we can make palm oil without destroying forests.

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Today: Forests worth fighting for

We believe in Zero Deforestation. And so do the 1.3 million people who have joined Greenpeace Indonesian activist Waya Mameru to fight for a beautiful future for her country and the Earth!

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The future: One step closer to 'no deforestation'

Following a mighty Greenpeace campaign, the world's largest palm oil trader backs down.

© Ulet Ifansasti / Greenpeace
The past: It isn't palm oil's fault, is it?

Why are vast tracts of rainforests being bulldozed? Are we losing 25 orangutans every day? Spoiler: we can make palm oil without destroying forests.

© Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert / Greenpeace
Today: Forests worth fighting for

We believe in Zero Deforestation. And so do the 1.3 million people who have joined Greenpeace Indonesian activist Waya Mameru to fight for a beautiful future for her country and the Earth!

© Ulet Ifansasti / Greenpeace
The future: One step closer to 'no deforestation'

Following a mighty Greenpeace campaign, the world's largest palm oil trader backs down.

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GO GO PEOPLE POWER!

In fighting for our planet, unity is everything. Greenpeace opens up to communities everywhere, reaching out and engaging with people like you to make positive changes.

During the summer holidays, our DIRECT DIALOGUE Fundraising Team attended the Hong Kong Sports and Leisure Expo 2018 to introduce the beauty of our natural spaces and explain the threats to our country parks from the government’s land development plan.

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8 Jun - World Oceans Day

Greenpeace joins hands with local groups to form the Plastic-Free Alliance. Hong Kong actor Michael Tong lends his full support, "Maintain our self discipline for the benefit of future generations.”

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7 Jul - Feel More Swap Party

More than 30 members and friends exchange goods and inspire each other. Our campaigner Bonnie Tang also leads a discussion on over-consumption and how to practice less waste in our daily lives.

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19 Sep - Stanley beach clean-up

We hold one of four beach clean-ups contributing to a BRAND AUDIT. These help to identify main sources of pollution.

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22 Sep - Tai O Climate Change Tour

After Tai O was severely flooded by a typhoon, we tour the area with 20 members and listen to locals' stories. ”I hope that everyone works with Greenpeace to stop climate change!” says our Climate and Energy Campaigner Walton Li.

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WE'RE ACTIVISTS. WE'RE ARTISTS TOO.

One of the things that Greenpeace is good at is grabbing everyone’s attention.

Sometimes we use quirky design to make our campaigns seen.

WE CALL IT ACTIVISM ART.

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Action Now!

We have been ramping up our projects in the last quarter of 2018, rallying our members and supporters to call on governments and companies to make positive changes.

To maintain our independence and impartiality we never accept money from governments or corporations. Your generous donation makes us fearless IN FACING UP to environmental challenges. We’d love to hear from you as well! Email us at editors.ea@greenpeace.org.

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Term: 2020
Campaign: Saving the Indonesian Rainforest

Multinational corporations have less than 400 days to make good on their promise of "zero deforestation". We're watching closely and campaigning loudly. #DropDirtyPalmOil!

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No limits: The future of Hong Kong
Campaign: Save our country parks

In addition to developing country parks, the recently proposed Lantau Tomorrow Vision is another threat to our environment. We are primed to respond.

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Term: 2030
Campaign: Climate change

To keep global warming within 1.5°C, it requires global CO2 emissions to be cut in half by 2030 and reach net zero by mid-century. We will be campaigning harder than ever to seize this chance. Our final chance.

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Term: Soon
Campaign: Plastic-free fast food industry

We conduct Hong Kong’s first image and video analysis of river plastic runoff, which estimates a whopping 17.5 million pieces of plastic flow from the Shing Mun River into the sea every year. It’s high time to go plastic-free!