Reportage: Bright Hong Kong promotes Green Hong Kong
Photo (provided by Bright Hong Kong): Undersecretary for the Environment Christine Loh (form left), Founder and Director of Bright Hong Kong Germán Muñoz, and Mark Clifford, author of The Greening of Asia.


Bright Hong Kong, a new group promoting civil and visionary discourse on Hong Kong’s future, hosted Mark Clifford, author of The Greening of Asia: The Business Case for Solving Asia’s Environmental Emergency, to speak on his new book and the environmental challenges facing Asia. Mr Clifford is also the Executive Director of the Asia Business Council.
From Left: Former Dutch MP Kathleen Ferrier, Mark Clifford, Germán Muñoz, and Jeanne Ng, Director - Group Sustainability at CLP.

From Left: Former Dutch MP Kathleen Ferrier, Mark Clifford, Germán Muñoz, and Jeanne Ng, Director – Group Sustainability at CLP.

Also attending was Christine Loh, Undersecretary for the Environment, Alicia Buenrostro-Massieu, Consul General of Mexico and Doyenne of the diplomatic corps and a range of business leaders.
Harbour Times Editor-in-Chief Andrew Work greeting Chief Representative of Banco Security in Hong Kong Mario Artaza.

Harbour Times Editor-in-Chief Andrew Work greeting Chief Representative of Banco Security in Hong Kong Mario Artaza.

BrightHK Convener and Founder German Munoz-Dias presided over a vigorous discussion that included inside intel on the COP21 meeting from people who were there and how Hong Kong will approach the issue of actions to fit into the broader China plan to meet its commitments from the Paris meeting.
Andrew Work

Andrew Work

Andrew Work is the CEO of New Work Media, publisher of Harbour Times.
He has run The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, founded The Lion Rock Institute and has over 25 years engagement in media, politics, policy and community engagement.
Andrew Work