The University of Hong Kong’s Sustainable Development
The school started aggressively pursuing energy-saving policies in 1990 and as a consequence has significantly reduced its CO2 footprint. Its newCentennial campus, is on track for LEED certification and will have itsown metro stop to help make it a car-free campus.
The Universityof Hong Kong in association with The International SustainableDevelopment Research Society (ISDRS) and ERP Environment, publishers ofthe international journal Sustainable Development held the 16th AnnualInternational Sustainable Development Research Conference in Hong Kongbetween 30 May – 1 June 2010.
The 2010 conference focused onexploring opportunities and managing implications for post-financialcrisis in the pursuit of sustainability. They addressed integratedpolicies, cross-sectoral governance and issues concerning climate change as they relate to sustainable development and the innovations andpractical measures addressing global challenges.
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