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Meet the LCOY HK Operation Team

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Alissa Tung, Programme Director, CarbonCare InnoLab

Dr. Alissa Tung is the Programme Director of CarbonCare InnoLab. She has extensive experience in community engagement and corporate engagement in the NGO sector. Alissa received a PhD in Material Science from Monash University, Australia, after graduated from Fashion Technology at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Her research focus was on developing functional Self-Cleaning Textile addressing pollution to the environment. She authored more than 10 peer-reviewed papers and book. Before devoting herself into fighting for climate justice, she was an experienced event planner.
She was the NGO observers of COP24 and COP26, which triggered her aspiration on youth empowerment on climate actions. She initiates the Climate Advocacy Training for Youth (CATY) to train Hong Kong climate youth leader to voice at international platforms, and SolarCare programmes to bring impact on the solar energy in the fuel mix in Hong Kong. Alissa is committed to boosting youth climate actions and connecting young people to the wider climate networks.

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Thierry Leung, Senior Social Worker (Programme Manager), CarbonCare InnoLab

Thierry studied Bachelor of Social Work at Hong Kong Shue Yan University who is a registered social worker in Hong Kong. He has more than ten years of working experience in non-profit organizations, focusing on children and youth, and mental health. Later, he joined CarbonCare InnoLab, empowered local young people speak up for Climate Change. He organized and coordinating the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) as a field trip programme for The 1st Climate Advocacy Training for Youth 2020.

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Blaire Ho, Programme Officer, CarbonCare InnoLab

Blaire graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Resource Management. After graduation, she works for CarbonCare InnoLab, as a programme officer, responsible for the Paris Watch Project. Besides, she commits herself to promoting the awareness of climate change and climate education. During her undergraduate, she assisted in organizing and coordinating the Local Conference of Youth Hong Kong 2020.Beside, being an eco-tour guide for Green Sense, she is enthusiastic about promoting environmental education. Moreover, as a co-founder of Heartstrings, she organized eco-tours and workshops for the students of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2018.

Meet the LCOY HK Volunteer Team

We have young members assisting in organising and coordinating the LCOY HK, their roles cover:

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Annie Chan

Annie works in the IT field for many years. In recent years, participated in start-up seminars held by different institutions and companies. She met passionate people from different sectors. They are dedicated to solving environmental issues, increasing the standard of living with smart APPS for the elderly and disabled. She hopes to help change the world together.

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Calvin Wong

Calvin is a climate and environmental enthusiast who is currently pursuing a master's degree in energy and environment and hope to engage myself in this area after graduation. It is always his hobby to discover ways to tackle climate change and global warming, including science, new technologies, and policies that can make our Earth more sustainable and habitable. It is his honour to be a part of this meaningful activity and he is looking forward to meeting new friends who have the same belief and ambition to create new opportunities and solutions to tackle the global environmental issues together.

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Carly Leung

Carly is the Co-Founder of Asaqua and the Project Executive of V'air. After graduation, she visited Uganda to investigate the water scarcity problem. Her experience drives her studying topics like climate justice and sustainable development. She then joins V'air to promote a low-carbon lifestyle in Hong Kong and raise awareness of environmental issues.

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Chin Chin

Chin Chin is a Town Planner who has been passionate about sustainable development and issues of climate change for many years. She also became a vegetarian to reduce carbon emissions. Outside of her own profession, she also volunteers and participates in various community and climate improvement projects. In the future, Chin Chin hopes to have the opportunity to work in UN-Habitat and make good use of her expertise and accumulated experience to improve the global climate change problems as well as to bring sustainable development worldwide.

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Edmund Chan

Edmund volunteered for several years in his district community, and that experience empowered him to communicate with the mass neighbourhoods and to develop coordination skills. Despite having frustrations, the year of 2021 was also filled with love and care. He hopes to extend that hope well into 2022 with our best efforts and experiences.

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Gloria Ip

Gloria is a nature lover with an eco-mindset. She is a Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) advocate. She is also a collaborative and creative communicator.

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Hailey Cheung

Hailey is currently studying operation management in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She is one of the volunteers in the marketing and communication team. She is dedicated to raising teenagers’ awareness of climate change and volunteering.

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Horace Tang

Horace is the program manager for an electrical industry with heavy carbon emissions. He hopes to engage in additional carbon neutrality activities and understands the global mission regarding to carbon reduction.

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Jacqueline Fung

Jacqueline is a year-two social sciences student at the University of Hong Kong, majoring in sociology and minoring in urban governance. She is interested in and passionate about sustainability, social issues, and social innovation.

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Jasmine has always been fascinated with wildlife and she studied Conservation Biology and Ecology in University of Exeter. In her opinion, climate change is the most urgent global issue that needed to be solved. It is human’s responsibility to seek the balance between urban development and environmental protection while sharing natural resources with other species. She hopes climate issues will soon become the priority of the public, followed by according actions.

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Judy is a green and sustainable finance consultant and currently a member of an advocacy group “Climate Sense” of CCIL.

Judy has extensive work experience in providing environmental and sustainability related advisory services, including sustainability and decarbonization strategy, climate risk and resilience, green finance and responsible investment, etc. She received her BEng in Chemical and Environmental Engineering from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and MSc (Eng) in Environmental and Energy Engineering from the University of Sheffield.

Judy hopes to not only be a Receiver to nurture her own insights, but also be a Giver who is eager to make a difference to the society. She believes that – “We don't need a handful of people doing sustainability perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly”.

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Ka Lok Chan

Ka Lok is in the property management industry and is engaged in clerical work. The volunteer activities he participated in in the past were mostly front-line or logistical support. Participated in the activities of the Hong Kong Green Building Council about 7 years ago, he began to know more about environmental protection and climate issues.

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Ken Ho

Ken is a civil engineer who covers landslide risk management and disaster mitigation. He is very keen to raise public awareness about climate change and promote collaborative actions to reduce its impact on humanity and the environment.

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Kenneth Leung

Kenneth Leung analyses public policies by day and engages in community service by night. He is passionate about raising awareness on climate change in communities and empowering the youth. Kenneth was previously a journalist.

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Lianna Li

With a background in Social Anthropology, Lianna is interested to further explore the relationship humans have with the environment. She is currently working in business sustainability fields focusing on improving the ESG capacities for SMEs, and is keen to further explore the climate action and youth advocacy space.

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Lok Yan Tse

Lok Lok is a graphic designer. Most of her volunteer experience is related to environmental protection and nature. In her spare time, she likes watching movies, traveling, hiking and swimming.

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Ray Lau

Studying in the third year of Energy Science and Engineering at the City University of Hong Kong; Personally, keen on environmental energy, natural environment, and volunteer activities.

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Serena Wong

Serena is a penultimate student pursuing a major in Environmental Management and Technology with a minor in Business at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She is passionate about contributing to the environment and would like to raise the public's awareness of climate change. She wishes to inspire more youths through LCOY HK 2021.

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Sophie Chan

Sophie is a year 3 local student from Hong Kong Baptist University, majoring in Information System and e-business. She is delighted to be a volunteer of LCOY, trying to make our mother earth a better place to live. She has participated in several entrepreneur competitions and ideas about sustainable business. Meanwhile, she hopes she can encourage people to have a sustainable lifestyle and protects our earth. She had noticed LCOY before as she reckoned that people should be more aware of climate change and sustainability. Now, it's time for us to take action to protect our planet! Looking forward to seeing you in LCOY.

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Vanessa majored in Economics and Finance with a strong interest in environmental issues. She is currently a member of the "Climate Advocacy Training Program for Youth" (CATY) and will be pursuing a Master of Public Policy with a specialization in sustainability. She hopes to raise public awareness of climate change and drive the development of green policies.

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Yanny Lau

Yanny is currently working in an international NGO located in Hong Kong with a service scope of disaster management and community development, and that equipped her with solid experience in overseas project PMER and climate disasters’ need assessment such as flooding and brushfire. Personal learning interest is gender and social inclusion, and recently the resilient lifestyle under extreme weathers and urban heat issues.