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Exploring Lamma’s Biodiverse Treasures for a Greener Hong Kong

The Green Hong Kong Green campaign, a joint effort between HK Electric and a local green group, the Conservancy Association, has focused on showcasing the biodiversity of Hong Kong in 2024. Through various activities, including an online tour of natural habitats, the programme aimed to raise awareness and engage the public in biodiversity conservation. Experts revealed through a coral survey near Lamma Power Station that it is a thriving habitat for coral species. By showcasing local natural treasures, Green Hong Kong Green is fostering a deeper appreciation for nature and the importance of its protection.  

Saving our oceans in Indonesia

Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison has joined forces with the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (Indonesia) to promote environmental preservation of marine habitats in Bali. They are working together to advance four main objectives: the rehabilitation of marine habitats, improving plastic waste management in coastal areas, strengthening turtle conservation communities, and empowering communities in the surrounding environment to improve ocean ecology. The Corporate Social Responsibility Marine Conservation programme is the first step towards helping repair the damage humans have done to our oceans.

Northumbrian Water enhancing water and shore environments

Northumbrian Water has taken an expansive view of improving water in the UK across the North East, Essex and Suffolk by asking the public how they could improve the river and coastal environment where a public right of way exists. Over 30.2km of waterways have been improved, far beyond regulatory requirements, in response to public guidance that prioritised areas as diverse as biodiversity, access and water quality. The area has benefited from improved signage, a red squirrel-protecting ranger, a new osprey observation base for birdwatchers, and river restoration including funding to support visitor facilities, paths and boardwalks across a 404-hectare wetland.  

UK Power Networks is going to the birds

Installing homes for migratory swifts might not be the first thing you think of a power company doing, but UK Power Networks partnered with North East Herts Swifts Group to do just that. The birds’ population has been declining for years and the power company is helping by installing potential homes, including tempting bird song audio, on the village hall in Albury, southwest of London. Swifts nest as colonies and return to the same home every year after their long migration to Africa, so once established in Albury, they could return annually.


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