The Conservancy Association

About

The Conservancy Association (CA), founded in 1968, is the non-government environmental organization with the longest history in Hong Kong.
As a champion of sustainable development, we are dedicated to the protection of the environment and the conservation of natural and cultural heritage.
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life of both this and future generations, and to ensure that Hong Kong shoulders her regional and global environmental responsibilities.
We achieve this by advocating appropriate policies, monitoring government action, promoting environmental education and taking a lead in community participation.

Year after year, CA outreaches to schools, NGOs, business sector and the community to carry out various environmental projects.
With the joint effort of our dedicated team mates and partners, we initiate over 25 environmental projects annually, from sustainable development in Long Valley, roadside tree surveys, eco-guide training to energy audit services in elderly centres, used clothes collection and up-cycling competition.
Through all these projects we spread the green messages among the general public, and more importantly, our next generation for a greener future.

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Events

Long Valley Eco Paddy, Green Leaders Bloc, Green Delight in Estates, Nature Conservation Management for Long Valley, Count Me in for Waste Reduction, Green Rider, Green Hong Kong Green

Focus Areas


Environmental Protection, Education, Raise Public Awareness, Policy Monitor

Beneficiaries


Environment

Strengths


The Conservancy Association has always been the pioneer in many projects, CA has joined and echoed World Summit in Rio De Janeiro to pioneer Sustainable Development in Hong Kong in 90s

What They Do


The Conservancy Association's mission is to enhance the quality of life of both this and future generations, and to ensure that Hong Kong shoulders her regional and global environmental responsibilities.

Facts


CA was the pioneer to set up the first environmental resource centre in Hong Kong in 1988 which is open to the general public.