2021/05/04
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New Nature Conservation Policy

The Government introduced the New Nature Conservation Policy (NNCP) in 2004 to regulate, protect and manage natural resources for the conservation of the biodiversity of Hong Kong in a sustainable manner.

Under the NNCP, twelve Priority Sites for Enhanced Conservation were identified by the Government, and two incentive schemes, namely the Public-Private Partnership and Management Agreement schemes, were proposed, with a view to enhancing the conservation of these ecologically important sites under private ownership.

Policy Statement

Policy Objectives

List of Priority Sites for Enhanced Conservation

Management Agreement and Public-Private Partnership - Pilot Scheme

Leaflet on the New Nature Conservation Policy

Policy Review and Consultation Exercise

What's New