Hong Kong Business Survey

The 2013 Hong Kong Business Survey on Energy Efficiency & Climate Change (2014)


The 2013 Hong Kong Business Survey on Energy Efficiency and Climate Change was conducted by Nielsen for the BEC CCBF Advisory Group. Approximately 300 companies, targeted to reflect the industry makeup of the Hong Kong businesses community, were randomly selected and interviewed via telephone between August 22, 2013 and September 24, 2013.

Survey findings reveal Hong Kong business’ views on the challenges, opportunities, as well as needs and expectations for Government on the issues related to climate change and energy efficiency.
 

 

Survey results can be downloaded in: English or Chinese (中文).

To view the survey press release, please click: Here for English or Here for Chinese (中文).

 

 

The Third Hong Kong Business Survey on Energy Efficiency & Climate Change (2012)

 

The 3rd HK Business Survey on Energy Efficiency & Climate Change was conducted by CCBF. Approximately 300 companies, reflecting the industry makeup of Hong Kong businesses were interviewed via telephone between 20th September and 16th October 2012.

 

 

Survey findings reveal business:

  • Concern
  • Response
  • Opportunities
  • Needs and Expectations for Government

 

Survey results can be downloaded in: 

 

English

 

Chinese

 

To view the survey press release click:

 

Here for English

 

here for Chinese

 

 

 

The 2nd Hong Kong Business Survey on Energy Efficiency & Climate Change

(2011)

 

The second Hong Kong Business Survey on Energy Efficiency and Climate Change was conducted by Ipsos on behalf of the Climate Change Business Forum. Approximately 300 companies, predominantly from small and medium-sized enterprises, were interviewed via telephone between 8 September and 11 October, 2011. Sectors include but are not limited to import / export trade and wholesale, retail, professional and business services and social and personal services.

 

The 2011 survey reports on trends on:

  • Perception of climate change risks and opportunities
  • Business response  to climate change
  • Development of low-carbon product and services
  • Confidence in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta’s readiness for climate change

 

The results also provide insight into Hong Kong¡¦s competitiveness in the emerging low-carbon economy.

 

To view survey results click here:  CCBF Survey Press Release

 

To view the survey launch press release click  here:

2nd HK Business Survey on Energy Efficiency and Climate Change

 

To view the survey launch press release in Chinese click here: 

CCBF_Survey_Press_Release__Chinese__28_Feb.doc

 

 

 

Businesses are increasingly attentive to the threats and opportunities of climate change, and are seeking guidance. Hong Kong’s new Government in 2012 should construct a collaborative framework integrating the scientific, policy, business and local communities to build Hong Kong’s low-carbon development plan.

- Thomas Ho, CCBF Executive Committe Chair

 

 

To view the first annual Hong Kong Business Survey on Energy Efficiency and Climate Change (2010) click here.