‘We can change climate change’ TEDxTinHau Countdown 2020

Last year, TEDxTinHau, brought Countdown to Hong Kong, a global initiative to champion and accelerate solutions to tackle climate change.

The health and economic crises in 2020 reminded us of an important fact: we’re all part of the same fragile system, dependent on nature and one another.

To make progress on climate action we needed to collaborate on a global scale, and every community had an important role to play.

Our TEDxTinHau Countdown, held on Saturday, October 17th 2020, endeavoured to identify bold solutions to the Climate Change challenge. Discover more about that event.

2020 speakers

TEDxTinHau Countdown featured incredible speakers, who shared ideas that could amplify and demonstrate tangible climate action solutions.

We were truly inspired by our speakers –Lance LauTanja WesselsOllie HaasPeggy ChanJonathan Cybulski and Keilem Ng .

They are passionate about the planet and full of ideas on how we can all help Hong Kong champion and accelerate solutions to tackle the climate crisis.

Watch the TEDxTinHau Countdown talks.

Photo credits: Tanja by Alex Macro; Jonathan by Mark Thiessen/National Geographic

Focused on action and impact

Countdown is focused on five key areas – energy, transport, materials, food and nature- where actions will have the biggest impact.

Five key areas Countdown is focused on.

Together we can help meet the goal to build a better future by cutting greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 in the race to a zero-carbon world – a world that is safer, cleaner and fairer for everyone.

TEDxTinHau Countdown was a part of the week of Countdown launch events that took place in cities, communities and businesses around the world. It was brought to you by the dedicated team that has previously hosted TEDxTinHauWomen.

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We had your health and safety on priority. All the event and activities followed the guidelines set at that time for social distancing and gathering in numbers limitations.

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