Posts by Greenpeace East Asia
The Borrow and Return Cup Program, Onwards! What Keeps the 4 Shop Owners’ Spirit Up?
Greenpeace’s Borrow and Return Cup Program has expanded to various districts of Hong Kong in partnership with 36 local coffee shops. It successfully demonstrates that a reusable system can be…January 4, 2023
The Disrupted Mind: How the mind works in a crisis
Disruptive crises like the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ukraine war or the numerous climate-related extreme weather events have profound impacts on societal mindsets. When they occur, narratives, norms, emotions and other…December 24, 2022
The Six Mindset Factors
Mindsets are difficult to describe and are not exactly tangible. They are deep, assumed, often composite and complex, subconscious thinking patterns that shape how we make sense of the world…December 24, 2022
Seven ideas on how to campaign for system change during the Corona Crisis
While the corona crisis presents an opportunity for the civil society organizations, activists, and other change-makers to create deep system change, it is difficult to know where to start and…December 24, 2022
Pride and Purpose: Empowering Communities in Disasters
Over the past two weeks, devastating floods have hit parts of Europe, China and India, a stark reminder of the increasing frequency of extreme weather events driven by climate change.…December 23, 2022
Embracing an age of uncertainty
There is no doubt we are living in uncertain times. Whilst it may feel overwhelming, uncertainty also offers powerful moments for changemakers to create new, regenerative systems and cultures. Yet…December 23, 2022
10 Recommendations on How to Campaign on Energy When Everybody Is Thinking about War
We propose ten recommendations for campaigners to strengthen their energy advocacy in Europe. These are rooted in four future scenarios of how public perceptions and mindsets around European energy independence could evolve…December 23, 2022
The Precarious Mind?
Mindset impacts of crises-impaired economiesDecember 23, 2022
Despite Beijing’s net zero pledge and BYD’s success, China’s big carmakers delay decarbonization
The majority of China’s top carmakers have no plans to phase out internal combustion engine vehicles despite public statements that echo Beijing’s net zero pledges.November 22, 2022
First stage of Hong Kong ban on single-use plastics in 2023 is now in sight!
Thanks to your support, we have successfully urged the Hong Kong government to respond to our call for a complete plastic-ban by 2025.October 31, 2022