活動重溫


09 / 04 / 2017


27 / 03 / 2017

HKFYG support the "Earth Hour 2017" energy saving action by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) on 25th March, 2017. At the evening, HKFYG Youth S.P.O.T. was turn off the unnecessary lights without affecting the service situation.

 

 

In addition, it will through publicity and promotion to encourage the public to respond to activities.
 

 



Share energy-saving emission reduction methods by youth:

https://www.facebook.com/tk.hkfyg/videos/1408596669213611/


16 / 03 / 2017

Earth Hour is a worldwide event organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). People across the world turn their non-essential lights off at the appointed time for one hour. It aims to spread out the messages of reducing energy consumption and the importance of low-carbon living. Earth Hour 2017 was held at 20:30 to 21:30 on 25 March 2017(Saturday).

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) attaches great importance to environmental protection. This was our
seventh year in supporting this meaningful event. The non-essential lights in our units and offices were turned off during the Earth Hour without affecting the service to promote the message of environmental protection to the public.


On the other hand, we can do more energy saving! HKFYG colleagues also share the daily life of energy saving and carbon reduction tips:


https://www.facebook.com/HKFYG.GoGreen/videos/1420717667984525/

 

In addition, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Jockey Club Media 21 and Green Channel will contact the youth to shoot the action to support the action of the video, and upload to Facebook and web pages.

For more information, please visit the following pages:


Green Channel Website:
https://m21.hk/gogreen/

Green Channel Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/m21greenchannel

14 / 01 / 2017

"Neighborhood Reunion Dinner" is the HKFYG once a year to the neighbrhood sent warm blessing and care of the big day. HKFYG will hold a total of 1000 seats Poon Choi opened in the 18 districts of Hong Kong on January 14, 2017, which will be hosted by the young members of the neighborhood team to celebrate their anniversary.

Starting from 2013, HKFYG was added environmental elements to the reunion dinner to bring warmth and concern to the public. Recalling the experience of the reunion dinner, most of the participants are beginning to consciously cherish food. Most of them will eat all the food and take away surplus food to reduce waste.

In this year's reunion dinner, in addition to continue to focus on pity food elements, we will also step up recovery measures in the reunion dinner to establish the environmental protection practices of our colleagues and the public.

 


Recommended Environmental Protection Measures

We will propose the following environmental measures in Neighborhood Reunion Dinner 2017:

(1)    Enhanced Recycling Arrangements

a.         Use three-color recycling barrels of self-made recycling barrels for recycling

 

b.          Arrange co-workers of volunteers to manage recycling at the venue including place the recovered items properly in the recycling bin, put out the items of wrong collect in collection box to classification again and recovery and transport the recovered material to the center for disposal.


c.         Reduce the use of water bottle and disposable packaged beverage where feasible, and replace the disposable cup with a reusable cup. We also actively consider arranging self-service equipment to add beverages and potable water to reduce manufacturing waste.

 



d.         Co-workers and volunteers will encourage the public to collect the recyclables in the appropriate recycling bins before they leave.


e.         After the event, co-workers and volunteers will collect all kinds of reusable items such as station number, microphone card, video board, etc., and keep it for the next year.
 

(2)    Activities of the cherish food elements:
          We will through co-workers and volunteers in the reunion dinner to personally to make people to build up awareness to cherish food including encouraging them to eat and take away the rest of the food. Each site will also actively consider the possibility of recycling food waste to reduce waste of food.

             

(3)    Site layout:

a.         When we decorate the venue, we will minimize the of unnecessary decorations.


b.         We will turn off the venue unnecessary lighting, in order to avoid waste of electricity.

 

(4)    Improve Environmental Awareness & Encourage Environmental Behavior:

a.         Before the event, participants were encouraged to bring their own water bottles, cutlery and lunch boxes to reduce the waste of disposable tableware.


b.         We will encourage the MCs of various districts to promote green messages on the stage to promote the culture of cherishing food.


c.          Co-workers and volunteers will encourage participants to fill the cup with water, eat all the food, share food and take food away from each other to establish their environmental habits.

 

 


For more detail information about the "Neighborhood Reunion Dinner", please visit:http://neighbourhoodfirst.hkfyg.org.hk/

17 / 11 / 2016

Water Supplies Department (SD), HKFYG, as well as a number of green groups and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) jointly organized the "Water Conservation Week 2016" from November 17, 2016 to November 21, 2016 to increase the public awareness in water saving.

As a partner in the event, we invited youth members from our three Youth SPOTs in Tin Shui Wai to manage game booths about "water conservation" on November 20, 2016, to educate youth and public about the importance in water conservation. We are glad that our HKFYG Jockey Club Tin Yuet Youth S.P.O.T. has won the Best Booth Design Award in the event.




HKFYG participated in the opening ceremony of Water Conservation Week 2016 on November 17, 2016














For more detail information, please visit:
http://www.wsd.gov.hk/tc/highlight/index_id_102.html

12 / 11 / 2016

On November 12, 2016, HKFYG attended the prize presentation ceremony cum Study Mission Sharing session for "Youth Energy Saving Award" to share the joy with the awardees in the competition. We would like to express our sincere thanks to Diocesan Girls' School, Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School, Ho Yu College and Primary School (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen) and Hennessy Road Government Primary School (Causeway Bay) for their cash donation to HKFYG for provision of youth services.

YESA is organized by the Environment Bureau and Electrical and Mechanical Services Department. The aim of YESA is to let the youth understand the importance of energy-saving and reduction of carbon emissions in their daily life.

In the competition, participants have to plan and implement the innovative and effective energy conservation and carbon reduction programs in their home or institutions. Furthermore, they have to promote the advantages of using the renewable energy and energy-saving measures to the public.

The winning team will receive the cash awards for donation to its nominated non-profit-making organisation for provision of youth services. Also, the winners in the Platinum Award could have a chance to participate in the low-carbon city study tour to visit Sweden's Malmo, Denmark's Copenhagen or local energy-saving learning camps to learn different local enery-saving technologies and measures.

  • Student of Hennessy Road Government Primary School (Causeway Bay) received Bronze Award in "Youth Energy Saving Award" in Primary School Category


  • Student of Diocesan Girls' School received Bronze Award in "Youth Energy Saving Award" in Secondary School Category   

  • Student of Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School received Bronze Award in "Youth Energy Saving Award" in Secondary School Category

  • Student of Ho Yu College and Primary School (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen) received Silver Award in "Youth Energy Saving Award" in Secondary School Category


For more information about the "Youth Energy Saving Award", please visit the YESA website:

http://yesa.emsd.gov.hk/tc/home/ 

28 / 10 / 2016

HKFYG Sustainability Unit organized the "Energy Saving and Water Conservation Workshop" in October 2016 to enhance staff awareness in energy saving and water conservation, and influence them to adopt the related measures in their daily work.

We invited the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC), our environmental consultant to be the guest speaker in the workshop. The contents include the introduction of the air-conditioning systems and water-saving equipment, the maintenance of the existing systems etc.








Flow controllers

01 / 04 / 2016

Joining hands with the Environmental Protection Department, HKFYG sets up the “Community Recycling Network - NGO Collection Points” in our Youth S.P.O.Ts for the fourth consecutive years to educate the general public in developing a long-lasting habit on clean waste recycling. At the same time, the collection points provides access for collecting recyclables with low commercial value, including plastics, glass bottles and small waste electrical and electronic equipments

 

As of September 2016, thanks to support from residents and youth, we have collected 50,488.2 kilograms of recyclables, which equivalent to plant 28,901 trees indirectly. HKFYG will continue to work hard in preserving our natural environment through different environmental education programme.







Collection Points







The redemption product exchange scheme (applicable to 11 collection points with souvenir redemption)

 

To encourage residents to participate in recycling, redemption products will be handed out for recyclable quantities above a certain level. 

1.     Redemption criteria

Recyclable delivered

Stamp gained

Per 15 plastic bottles

1

Per 10 glass bottles

1

Per each small waste electrical and electronic equipment

2



2.    Souvenirs

The souvenirs in each collection points are different; please contact the collection point for details.

Engage youth volunteers to assist in the project



We encourage our S.P.O.Ts to engage youth volunteers to assist in the project, including assisting in recycling and redemption, and project promotion. It helps them understanding the importance of environmental protection and cultivate their recycling habits. 









08 / 03 / 2016

Earth Hour is a worldwide event organised by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). People across the world turn their non-essential lights off at the appointed time for one hour. It aims to spread out the messages of reducing energy consumption and the importance of low-carbon living. Earth Hour 2016 was held at 20:30 to 21:30 on 19 March 2016(Saturday).

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) attaches great importance to environmental protection. This was our sixth year in supporting this meaningful event. The non-essential lights in our units and offices were turned off during the Earth Hour without affecting the service to promote the message of environmental protection to the public.

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