Event Details

After our event No Time To Waste, where we had an interesting panel discussion regarding the landfill situation in Hong Kong, we now like to take all our members one step further!

On June 13th, we invite you to come and watch the lunchtime version of "A Plastic Ocean" with us, a documentary to make a difference. Did you know that more than 8 million tons of plastic waste - equivalent to five grocery bags for every foot of coastline on our planet - is dumped into our oceans each year? This award-winning film not only uncovers alarming truths about plastic pollution and the threat to human health, but also critically reveals the solutions that can be put into immediate effect to turn the tide.

The screening will be followed by a discussion with expert Patrick Yeung from WWF-Hong Kong. Patrick will discuss with participants on the local situation and how corporates can work together for solutions at source.

Register now to view this breathtaking documentary!


  • Patrick Yeung (Project Manager of Oceans Conservation at WWF-Hong Kong)

    Patrick Yeung

    Project Manager of Oceans Conservation at WWF-Hong Kong


    Patrick Yeung led Coastal Watch, a citizen science project in WWF-Hong Kong, to study the marine litter problem as well as coastal biodiversity in Hong Kong. In this project, WWF-Hong Kong cooperated with various NGO partners and volunteers groups to investigate the sources of marine litter through scientific surveys. From the results of Coastal Watch project, he is developing new strategy for government, community and private sectors to collaborate together and form solution to the marine litter problem, as well as facilitating for regional cooperation.

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Member ticket

incl. lunch

Member Price HKD 50
Non-member ticket

incl. lunch

Standard Price HKD 150