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World Green Organisation (WGO) is an independent non-governmental organisation with an operation of HK$14 million in 2017 with 28 full time staff. WGO is dedicated to enhancing the quality of the environment, promoting a green economy, and improving people’s livelihoods, especially underprivileged groups, through a range of research and community programmes. To cope with its expansion, WGO is inviting passionate individuals of high professional caliber to join its team of experts.
Snapshot of WGO’s accomplishments:
Linking Food with Love - Food recycling teams composed of youths, who help collect edible but unsold surplus vegetables from wet markets in order to avoid disposal. This has reduced 7 tonnes of food waste, promote young-elderly integration through vegetable collection, upcycling workshops and redistribute 230 surplus food package to underprivileged families and the elderly.
The “Less Waste Let’s Do it" Program successfully trained up more than 40 youngsters to become 3R Ambassadors through a series of environmental workshops and site visits. The Ambassadors has designed, planned and executed their own green programmes - Exchange Corner, Green Fair, Upcycling Workshops for community, saving the life of near 3,400 second hand items.
The Green Office Program (GOALS) supported near 400 offices in their efforts to improve workplace sustainability, including the Airport Authority HK, DHL Express, Ernst and Young, Fuji Xerox, Octopus, Maxim’s and so on. Qualified companies are entitled to receiving WGO Green Office Label and United Nations Label Certificate.
The Energy Poverty Program helped over 300 low-income families in sub-divided flats to reduce their economic burden by cutting down their electricity bills through replacing their electrical appliances with more efficient models and equipping them with energy saving skills.
Other projects include Climate Change Forum in collaboration with HK Observatory, University of Cambridge as well as other universities in Hong Kong; and poverty alleviation works carried out in Burmese villages. Programmes were reported by CNN, TVB, ATV, RTHK, CR1, Cable TV, Now TV and Phoenix TV.