This is our last chance to stop the deranged plan to ruin one of Hong Kong’s most beautiful and unspoiled vistas (see film above) for the sake of a 1972-style technology rubbish incinerator which will add greatly to the overall air and water pollution in Hong Kong.
It MUST be stopped! We will of course talk about and do everything we can to solve Hong Kong’s waste crisis afterwards, but for now the most important thing is to stop the 3,000 tonne a day, toxic ash-spewing monstrosity.
I beg you: Whatever you’re doing next Sunday, March 18th at 3.30pm, please cancel it or change the time so you can participate in the
MARCH AGAINST THE SHEK KWU CHAU INCINERATOR.
It starts at Pier 6 in Central at 3.30 and we’ll walk to government headquarters; then let’s go for a drink!
This is about the future of all of us, people, and every single person counts! Please don’t think there’s nothing you can do and that this is a done deal. It’s not. The government is hysterically afraid of noise and protest. You’re not ONLY ONE, you are ONE! And multiply that with one million – well there you have it.
People going over from Lantau, keep in mind that the ferries might be full, especially the one closest to marching time. Me, I’m going there by way of Tung Chung to be on the safe side.
I have organised good weather on the day. Don’t forget: WE ARE THE GOOD GUYS! This is our last chance to take a stand for our future.
For more information about the incinerator and the march, please go to www.livingislands.org.hk