Greater Bay Area

Over the past two decades, Dr. Louis Lam is glad to see public perception about the relationship between “sustainability” and “development” changing from conflicting to complementary along with a global trend of green business. It is indeed possible to maintain a high quality of life with minimal environmental impact, he said.
Over the past two decades, Dr. Louis Lam is glad to see public perception about the relationship between “sustainability” and “development” changing from conflicting to complementary along with a global trend of green business. It is indeed possible to maintain a high quality of life with minimal environmental impact, he said.
Interior of the HKUST-Academy for Continuing Education
Interior of the HKUST-Academy for Continuing Education
Secretary for the Environment Mr. WONG Kam-Sing (Sixth Right), HKUST President Prof. Wei SHYY (Fifth Right), Associate Professor of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST Prof. NING Zhi (Fourth Right), and other team members from the EPD and GFS.
Secretary for the Environment Mr. WONG Kam-Sing (Sixth Right), HKUST President Prof. Wei SHYY (Fifth Right), Associate Professor of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST Prof. NING Zhi (Fourth Right), and other team members from the EPD and GFS.
Secretary for the Environment Mr. WONG Kam-Sing (Sixth Right), HKUST President Prof. Wei SHYY (Fifth Right), Associate Professor of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST Prof. NING Zhi (Fourth Right), and other team members from the EPD and GFS.
Secretary for the Environment Mr. WONG Kam-Sing (Sixth Right), HKUST President Prof. Wei SHYY (Fifth Right), Associate Professor of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST Prof. NING Zhi (Fourth Right), and other team members from the EPD and GFS.
Secretary for the Environment Mr. WONG Kam-Sing (Sixth Right), HKUST President Prof. Wei SHYY (Fifth Right), Associate Professor of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST Prof. NING Zhi (Fourth Right), and other team members from the EPD and GFS.
Secretary for the Environment Mr. WONG Kam-Sing (Sixth Right), HKUST President Prof. Wei SHYY (Fifth Right), Associate Professor of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST Prof. NING Zhi (Fourth Right), and other team members from the EPD and GFS.
HKUST Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Eva Tsang shares her experiences and management philosophy on working in the Greater Bay Area where she has made her mark on the cosmetics industry.
HKUST Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Eva Tsang shares her experiences and management philosophy on working in the Greater Bay Area where she has made her mark on the cosmetics industry.