When it comes to being committed to sustainability, Discovery Bay leads the way for many communities in Hong Kong. Working together with residents, Discovery Bay Services Management Limited (DBSML) – commonly known as City Management in DB – is dedicated to creating a ‘greener’ way of life by providing a variety of innovative green services, such as DIY recycling information sharing sessions, plant markets and floral workshops. As a result, DB residents enjoy a greener quality of life than they would in many places in Hong Kong.
With Earth Day approaching on April 22, Claire Severn takes a look at recycling in DB and asks what more we can do to reduce our carbon footprint
Hong Kong Resident, Suzanne Younan, has published her first book ‘The Green Dragon.’ The book aims to educate children on the dangers of plastic pollution and the necessity of recycling.
When you head to the Discovery Bay International School (DBIS) International Food Fair on March 9 be prepared for a new, exciting and slightly controversial emphasis on sustainability.
Head along Discovery Bay Road these days, and you can’t help but be drawn to the striking new artwork that has sprung up near Parkridge Village
In the second of our International Women’s Day features, we speak to Jenny Quinton, founder and project designer of Mui Wo-based Ark Eden, which offers ..
By Tracey Read Every year, tonnes of primarily plastic waste wash up on Lantau’s beaches and pollute our sea. While, sadly, this is nothing new, ..
Can a gift-giving app make the world a better, greener place? Is implementing eco-policies at a school cafeteria worth the effort? Henry Benjamin investigates, and in so doing celebrates a few of the dedicated eco-heroes in our midst
Last week, Around DB reported on an environmental initiative by the residents of DB, after the amount of debris and waste that washed up on ..
DB residents are fighting back against the tidal wave of debris that continues to wash up on the beaches of Discovery Bay by organising their own ..