Hong Kong Builds Climate Defences Against Super Typhoons & Food Waste | CNA Correspondent
The devastation from super typhoon Mangkhut in 2018 was an environmental wake-up call for Hong Kong. More than 40,000 households lost power and the city recorded losses of more than half a billion US dollars. Climate scientists predict that on average, Hong Kong will be struck by a super typhoon every year from as early as 2050, if global warming exceeds 2 degrees Celsius. This has set the government and businesses on a path to seek innovative solutions and lifestyle changes to tackle climate change.
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