Summary: Antonio Da Roza, Jessica Hefes
Originally reported: South China Morning Post
‘Celebrating’ Earth Day 2004 
News that a confidential government-commissioned study showing the high public health cost for Hong Kong’s weak air quality standards, and the revelation of increased emissions in sulphur dioxide and nitrous oxide particles by Hong Kong’s largest power company, CLP, prompted an editorial to call for the release of the study to the public, greater investment in renewable energy, and the acknowledgement of the role of Hong Kong companies in the increase in regional power demand.
- ↑ Earth Day 2004, SCMP, 24/04/04