Environmental Impact Assessment for the Mai Po visitor centre 米埔遊客中心的環境影響評估

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WWF Hong Kong have proposed demolition and reconstruction of the Peter Scott Field Studies Centre at Mai Po. The visitor centre and car park are scheduled to be closed from spring 2019. So far, WWF have refused to produce an Environmental Impact Assessment for this site, despite being within the internationally important wetlands at Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar Site.

世界自然基金會香港分會提議拆除和重建米埔的彼得斯科特野外研究中心(Peter Scott Field Studies Centre)。遊客中心和停車場計劃於2019年春天關閉。儘管它位於國際重要的米埔內后海灣拉姆薩爾濕地內,世界自然基金會到目前為止拒絕為此項目進行環境影響評估。


We request that WWF Hong Kong should publish their plans at this site so that the Hong Kong public can know what is being proposed. This should include at least:

- The reasons and justification for demolishing and replacing the building, including an explanation of why this is in the public interest.

- Designs for the new building.

- A summary of arrangements for visitors using the site during the construction phase.

- An evaluation of all potential environmental impacts including (but not limited to) disturbance impacts to birds and other wildlife using nearby wetlands; treatment of sewage produced; and traffic arrangements following the closure of the existing car park.

- Proposed mitigation measures to ensure that the potential environmental impacts will not have a detrimental impact on the conservation value of the surrounding wetlands.

我們要求世界自然基金會香港分會公佈他們的計劃,讓香港市民清楚知道。這至少包括:

- 拆除和更新遊客中心的理由,並解釋這項目如何符合公眾利益。

- 新建築的設計。

- 在施工期間訪客安排的摘要。

- 評估所有潛在的環境影響,包括(但不限於)對雀鳥和其他野生動物使用附近濕地的干擾及影響、污水的處理及排放,以及現有停車場關閉後的交通安排等。

- 建議的緩解措施,以確保潛在的環境影響不會對周圍濕地的保育價值產生不良影響。

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