Plus 8 Consulting combines international experience, design integrity and local understanding to create successful destinations underpinned by commercial awareness. Our dedicated team of designers and professionals draw on their collective experience across Asia, Middle East and Europe providing innovative, yet cost-effective design solutions with creative flair and commercial sustainability.
Our work is diverse both in terms of scope and locale from large scale urban, tourism planning, mixed-use developments to residential showroom and interior design.
“Cundall is a 40-year-old, award-winning, international multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy operating from over 20 locations across the globe. Positioned at the forefront of sustainability in the built environment, and driven by the consideration of people, design, environment, economics and technology, Cundall has proven that sustainability and commercial pragmatism are not mutually exclusive but are inextricably linked. Through research and development, we are leading the industry with innovative solutions that lead to more sustainable outcomes.
Our leadership in this field has been recognised through various awards across the globe and by charity Bioregional, who endorsed Cundall as a One Planet Company, the first consultant globally to do so.”
19 Dec 2019 - 15 Mar 2020
10:00 - 22:00
Over the last century, human-kind has recognised that our activity is having a marked impact on our climate. Greenhouse gases, the majority of which have been emitted by humans since the industrial revolution, are being released into the atmosphere in such quantities as to cause rapid and widespread warming of our climate.
Hong Kong is on China’s southern coast, on the east side of the mouth of the Pearl River estuary. It is surrounded by sea on all sides except the North.
According to Hong Kong observatory, the projected changes in its mean sea level (m) and its adjacent waters, varies depending on the different greenhouse gas concentration scenarios.
Key impacts under all scenarios
By 2100 (Worst case scenario)
Temperatures across Hong Kong are expected to rise, by 4°C for the 21st century. This will result in an increase in the number of warm, hot and humid days and nights.
Extreme* sea level rise will result in great portion of the city to be covered in water.