The Official kick-off ceremony of HKU Goes Green Monday was held at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) campus on March 18. This means that starting from today, all ELEVEN catering outlets on HKU campus will be serving an extra benevolent vegetarian menu on Mondays.
The “Green Monday School Program” was officially launched on October 8, 2014, which was a significant milestone for Green Monday. Together with school caterer, Sailing Boat Catering Management Limited, Green Monday option will be available on every Monday at 74 primary schools and 32 secondary schools for 80,000 students.
Green Monday and Quiksilver/Roxy <GO GREEN!> campaign is launched! Six Green Monday ambassadors (Janis Chan, Real Ting, Louis Cheung, Sofie Rahmen, Ankie Beilke and Gin Lee) have designed a series of stylistic t-shirts in promoting baby steps to go green and raise fund for Green Monday.
Coinciding with Earth Day, Green Monday’s opening ceremony was held at Harbor City on April 22, 2012. Today marked the establishment of a new social enterprise that encourages people in Hong Kong to live in a greener way.
Green Monday provides a unique platform for individuals, organization, and society to create change and adopt a green lifestyle.
A group of students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with funding from the BOCHK charitable foundation, tried to promote vegetarian diets inside the campus with the hope of raising the public’s awareness on vegetarianism and to create an environment for public to act out.
Recruitment of the “School Anchor ” Program
The Hong Kong Speech and Swallowing Therapy Centre and Green Monday have organized the fifth “ School Anchor” program.
The program is sponsored by the Bank of China Hong Kong Charitable Foundation and supported by Hong Kong Feel.
With the support of Green Monday, the Baptist University organized a vegetarian carnival , “BU V-Day”, on 14 April 2014. Mr. Wong Kam Sing, Secretary for the Environment, was among the guests at the opening ceremony and appreciated the efforts of Baptist University in environmental protection and in the promotion of vegetarian diet.