Contributor: Ada Kong

Ada Kong

About Ada Kong

Ada Kong, Campaigner of Greenpeace East Asia. She specializes in hazardous substances pollution in China. By doing on-site investigation, policy analysis and campaigning to the public, she works to eliminate hazardous chemicals and push forward better chemicals management policy in China.

No Chemicals Please

With over 45,0000 synthetic chemicals produced, used and discharged in China’s waterways, Greenpeace’s Ada Kong explains the chemistry of textiles and your exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals … more

Rio+20 Water Update

45 influential CEO’s commit to lobbying for political change to stave off water crisis, and Ceres releases a report concerning major companies and their public disclosure involving water and more … more

4 Regions in China Named ‘Extreme Risk’ in Maplecroft’s 2012 Water Stress Index

Maplecroft Water Stress Index 2012 shows that four regions in China: Beijing, Tianjin, Jiangsu and Shandong face ‘extreme risk’ … more

Water Sector Options for India in a Changing Climate

Water Sector Options for India in a Changing Climate

Intelligence Community Assessment

Intelligence Community Assessment

Trans-boundary River Basins in South Asia: Options for Conflict Resolution

Trans-boundary River Basins in South Asia: Options for Conflict Resolution

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

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

Assessing Water Risk: A Practical Approach for Financial Institutions

Assessing Water Risk: A Practical Approach for Financial Institutions

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