Will Hong Kong Finally Recognise Wildlife Crime as Serious and Organised?

Animal Welfare , Nature Conservation | Date: December 29, 2020

On November 2nd, ADMCF in conjunction with the Hong Kong University Law faculty released a white paper that outlined the rationale and mechanisms for Hong Kong to make a step change and treat wildlife crime in the city as the serious and organised crime that it is. Why we need this change Hong Kong is recognised globally for being an…


The victim on your plate: Fish have feelings

Animal Welfare | Date: November 7, 2016

Throughout the ages, man has domesticated animals, whether for companionship as with dogs or for their usefulness as with horses. Mammals have been the main companion of choice over the years.


Progress of the installation of the cattle grid

Animal Welfare | Date: June 22, 2016

In April, three local concern groups: Sai Kung Cattle Angel, Sai Kung Buffalo Watch and Friends of Sai Kung, launched a petition to request the installation of ‘cattle grids’ to protect the lives of feral cattle.


If you stop buying pets, the misery will stop.

Animal Welfare | Date: May 19, 2016

Hong Kongers love pets, regardless of the size of our flats or how busy we are, many of us like to keep a pet or two, or more – mostly cats and dogs. This explains why the supply of pets never seems to run out in this town, quite simply the demand is high and breeders in Hong Kong are…


New Petitions And Petition Updates – April

Animal Welfare , Land Planning & Heritage , Nature Conservation , Petition News & Updates | Date: April 4, 2014

Two new petitions have recently been uploaded to SupportHK by Grade Five students. One group is petitioning the government to protect Hong Kong’s country parks from invasive foreign plant species and another group aims to conserve marine biodiversity and is petitioning HK restaurants to stop serving the endangered Humphead Wrasse.


New Petitions And Petition Updates – March

Animal Welfare , Land Planning & Heritage , Marine Conservation , Nature Conservation , Petition News & Updates | Date: March 6, 2014

The large new Septic Tank and Soakaway System fails to comply with EPD standards such as ProPECC.
Despite that 96% of public representations opposed the project, the Town Planning Board has ignored public opinion and passed the application.