Future of the Environment

This is what China’s ‘green-tech megalopolis’ will look like

E-taxis belonging to Shenzhen's taxi fleet, which has become fully electric, are pictured on January 20, 2019 in Shenzhen, China. Image: HANDOUT/BYD/Li Jianong

Marianne Bray

Journalist, Reuters


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Swire's One Taikoo Place is known for its green credentials and is the first building in Hong Kong to use a waste-to-energy system from cooking oil, Hong Kong, May 26, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Marianne Bray
An electric bus made by Chinese e-vehicle manufacturer BYD is pictured on May 7, 2019. Image: HANDOUT/BYD/Liu Wen

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An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UVA) shows how it uses air-sensing technology to screen for high sulphur fuel and measure emissions from ships, at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), Hong Kong, on January 31, 2019. Image: HANDOUT/HKUST

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