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Press Release

"5-min Shower Challenge" Mobile App

The mobile app helps users control their shower times and easily practice the 5-minute shower. Users can get Water Coins and raise their unique WaterBaby.

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Ivana Wong X Fire Lee in "Shower Song" MV

“Shower Song” MV written and performed by Ivana Wong and directed by Fire Lee continues to be a hit across the city.

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Discovery of a New Butterfly Overwintering Location in South Lantau

The newly discovered overwintering location of Danaids has more than 10 thousand Danaids. It is located in Lantau South Country Park, which is a habitat of mixed forests covering an area of approximately 1,000 square meters.


Bring Glass Butterflies Home –
BUTTERFLY x ART Installation Art Exhibition

Donate $71.4 to bring a glass butterfly home, and let butterfly care spread to every corner of the city.


Low Carbon Emission    Mobile App

Records and calculates carbon emission at any time. Has 3 main categories of carbon reduction, 5 categories in daily life, 25 ways to reduce carbon emissions, 42 day low carbon emission challenge. Be a low carbon emission expert, with one app on hand. Download for free.

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7.14 We Love Butterflies

We designated July 14 each year as "We Love Butterflies Day". Hong Kong previously had no specific "Wildlife Protection Day", and this has become the first stipulated day in Hong Kong to conserve and care for a type of animal.


《BUTTERFLY id》the World’s first iPhone app for butterfly identification

The app uses unique technology, turning colour pattern of butterfly wings into a butterfly fingerprint. It breaks the traditional mode of butterfly watching. You need just three simple steps and 10 seconds to identify a butterfly. Download for free.


5-minute Shower Challenge

Cut Carbon with Shorter Showers! Take 5-minute showers and help reduce 78,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide for Hong Kong.

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The First Coral Transplant Project in Hong Kong

There are 84 species of stony corals found in Hong Kong, which contributes to 10% of reef-building corals in the world. Yet, Hong Kong coral reefs have reached its downturn recently. Green Power has launched a rebuilding project by using transplanting method to rebuild corals in Hong Kong waters.


"Hiking × Eco Clean Up" Action

Promoting "Take your litter home". Restore the cleanliness of the countryside with a cleaning basket, while walking through country trails, and picking up rubbish along the way.

Conserve Our Wetlands - "The Common Cordgrass Removal Action Team" Established

The Common Cordgrass is spreading across the wetlands and destroying the habitat. Green Power has launched a series of Common Cordgrass removal activities to recover the wetlands.


"Coastal Clean Up Team" Established

We gather primary school students to regularly clean the coastlines and to protect the natural environment through action, allowing them to learn about the coastal habitat at the same time, showing emphasis on both education and practice.


EPS iDO! Urban Greening Programme

We are the first organisation to work on urban tree planting in Hong Kong. Greening in crowded urban areas can help clean the air, moderate the city's micro-climate, and add greenery to beautify our surroundings.

Climate Youth Network

The "Climate Youth Network" is a member of "TUNZA" under the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and Hong Kong's first school climate network. Through training, practice, sharing and inheriting on knowledge, younger generation can make an effort in combatting global climate problems.


The Gem of Lantau's Nature

Lantau Island maintains 75% of its land naturally intact with a high level of biodiversity. This book introduces a number of ecological hotspots and their associated ecological environments, to discover together with readers this Gem of Nature of Lantau Island.

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iDO LOVE TREE Handbook

Experience tree appreciation with the "four senses" through this handbook, by using the eyes (sight), hands (touch), ears (hearing), nose (smell)! Get to know 14 tree species that are commonly seen in the urban areas of Hong Kong and understand the rules for urban tree planting.

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River Park A new attempt to preserve a natural river in a new town in Hong Kong (Apr 2016)
Balancing City and Countryside Put Rural Land to Good Use (Feb 2016)
Traffic Control is the Gatekeeper of Lantau Ecology
(Dec 2015)