Each year, around 24,500 tonnes of drink cartons are disposed in Hong Kong. Launched in 2016, we aim at promoting Producer Recycling Scheme by exploring the scope to facilitate the city's first cartons recycling campaign in schools, hotels, theme park and the community.
Sha Lo Tung is Hong Kong's dragonfly paradise. However, this rare freshwater wetland has been slowly degraded in recent years. Following the government's agreement to non-in-situ land exchange, Green Power launched a long-term conservation programme to revitalise the ecosystem.
Hong Kong’s first terrestrial and coastal clean-up mobile app. Download for free now and work together to restore cleanliness of the environment and save Hong Kong’s nature.
Water Gathering Grounds cover 1/3 area of the city. Most of them are designated as "country parks" in order to secure the quality of water supply. We promote “Water-Eco Relationship” and engage schools, public and the authorities.
To promote understanding and appreciation of the Tung Chung River among the general public so as to strengthen the power of conservation and practice “Our own River, Conserve by Ourselves”.
Promoting "Take your litter home". Restore the cleanliness of the countryside with a cleaning basket by picking up rubbish along the way while walking through country trails.
Hong Kong’s first large scale butterfly education and conservation programme. Commenced in 2004, we guide public members to explore the world of butterflies through community engagements, school educational programmes and ecological surveys.
An annual, large-scale charity hiking activity along the 50-km Hong Kong Trail. It attracts over 3000 participants every year, and raises funds for Green Power’s environmental education work.
Cut Carbon with Shorter Showers! Take 5-minute showers and help reduce 78,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide for Hong Kong. The MV of “Shower Song” composed and performed by Ivana Wong, and directed by Fire Lee continues to be a hit across the city.
We are the first organisation to work on urban tree planting in Hong Kong. Greening in crowded urban areas can effectively help clean the air, moderate the city's micro-climate, and add greenery to beautify our surroundings.
In 2001, we developed the first green network for schools in Hong Kong, which embodies our “education-based” concept and promotes environmental education. Currently 60% of kindergartens, primary schools and secondary schools in Hong Kong are member schools.
Our frontline for community engagement and promotion of environemntal protection.