Past Events

(Till 15 Nov 2016) Public Engagement on Promotion of Sustainable Consumption of Biological Resources

Public Engagement on Promotion of Sustainable Consumption of Biological Resources

Biological resources provide for our daily needs, such as clothing, food, shelter, fuel and medicine, etc.. However, due to the current over-consumption pattern, many of the biological resources that we come across are now under the risk of depletion and exhaustion. If the rate of harvesting and consumption is greater than the reproduction rate, more and more species, habitats and resources will disappear more quickly than we can imagine!

The Council for Sustainable Development is carrying out a public engagement on sustainable consumption of biological resources and invites public views on three major aspects:

  • How to facilitate smart choices for consumers?
  • How to promote best practices among businesses and the public sector?
  • What kinds of education and publicity activities should be pursued?

You are cordially invited to share your views on or before 15 November 2016. The public engagement document and information on engagement events are available at the Council’s dedicated website at


Regional Forums

  • Online Registration:
  • Enquiry: 2219 4763 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Date, Time & Venue: 




19 Sep 2016 (Mon)


Leighton Hill Community Hall, 133 Wong Nai Chung Road, Happy Valley

24 Sep 2016 (Sat)


Long Ping Community Hall, Long Ping Estate, Yuen Long

27 Sep 2016 (Tue)


Tai Wo Neighbourhood Community Centre, Tai Wo Estate, Tai Po

21 Oct 2016 (Fri)


Wong Tai Sin Community Centre, 104 Ching Tak Street, Wong Tai Sin

23 Oct 2016 (Sun)


Lai Kok Community Hall, Lai Kok Estate, Cheung Sha Wan


Roving Exhibition

  • Period: 7-11 Nov 2016 (Mon-Fri)
  • Venue: 3/F Foyer, Lee Shau Kee Building (Block Y), PolyU

For more exhibitions, please visit the Council’s dedicated website at



  • The Council for Sustainable Development 


Disclaimer: The above activity is not organized by Campus Sustainability Committee or Campus Sustainability Office, PolyU. All information provided here is for reference only.