Hong Kong Sustainable Development Forum

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Hong Kong Sustainable Development Forum (HKSDF) is a non-government organisation (NGO) that promulgates sustainable development in principle and practice in Hong Kong.

Founded in September 1998, it was the first organisation[1] in Hong Kong to focus solely on the issue of sustainable development.[2] Co-founders of the HKSDF include Terri Mottershead (Honorary Research Fellow in the Centre of Urban Planning and Environmental Management at Hong Kong University), Adrienne La Grange (Associate Professor in the Department of Public and Social Administration at City University of Hong Kong), and Sophie Boyer King (an environmental economist with GHK consultancy).[3]

HKSDF was one of many organisations that supported the Designing Hong Kong waterfront competition.[1]

Other similar organisation include Sustainable Real Estate Research Center, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b www.designinghongkong.com: Competition jury and advisory team PDF
  2. ^ Hong Kong Sustainable Development Forum, Envirolink Network
  3. ^ Sustainable Development in Hong Kong, Ed Terri Mottershead, HKUP, ISBN 962-209-491-0 pp xiv-xv