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 Environmental Protection

The Club’s commitment to environmental protection is an integral part of its culture and business model

  • donated HK$350 million in 2008 to launch The Environment Project, which aims to direct the public’s attention toward the importance of environmental protection and sustainable development through community activities that help to establish a culture of working together to achieve an environment of sustainability

  • funded the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, the first of its kind in Hong Kong, to raise public awareness of and concern about global warming with exhibits including valuable photos and specimens provided by renowned Hong Kong explorer Dr Rebecca Lee

  • the glass bottle recycling campaign, launched in collaboration with the Hong Chi Association and the Government’s Environmental Protection Department, recycles glass bottles for processing into eco-bricks, promoting environmental protection as well as providing vocational training to the intellectually challenged and enhancing their confidence and attitude

  • the Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public Golf Course, built in 1995, not only contributed to the popularity of the sport among the general public, but also promoted the concept of environmental conservation, earning for the Club several environmental awards