Promoting the advancement of knowledge and integrity in the EIA process

Driving excellence in Environmental Impact Assessment

We Care About Hong Kong
Eco Environment

HKIEIA was set up in 1996 and has the support of a strong team of a lot of professionals representing various sectors.

Promoting Best Practices for Environmental Management in Hong Kong

HKIEIA was established in 1996 with the support of professionals representing all sectors concerned with effective environmental impact assessment:

Our Goals

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Promote Knowledge and Best Practice of EIA

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Exchange of Ideas and Information

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Provide Links Between Commercial, Government and Education Sectors

How Do We Promote Environmental Protection in Hong Kong?

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Seminars, Lectures and Training

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Technical Visits

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Co-organise Events with Related Hong Kong Institutes

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Greater Bay Area Collaboration

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International EIA Conference Participation

Hong Kong Institute of Environmental Impact Assessment

Environmental protection doesn't happen in a vacuum.

WE CAN DO TOGETHER.​
1996
FOUNDING YEAR
56
TECHNICAL VISITS / SEMINARS
14
COMMITTEE
503
MEMBERS

Our Membership Class

Fellows

Candidates have continued his professional practice and development in the field of EIA, have made a significant contribution to EIA Management, either locally or abroad.

27 Fellows
(8 As Honorary Members)​

Members

Candidates have continued his professional practice and development in the field of EIA, and have demonstrated satisfactory performance in such other relevant aspects.

356 Corporate Members

Associate Members

Candidates should be practicing in the field of EIA, have the intention to proceed to Member status, and shall have received a general education approved by the Committee.

119 Associate Members

Students

Candidates shall normally have attained the age of sixteen years, and, at the time of application, be a bona-fide student in Environmental Protection or in a related subject of which EIA forms an integral part.

10 Student Members

Biodiversity

The HKIEIA’s participation in the biodiversity has been highlighted in the Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (BSAP) by the Chairman at our AGM and also a subsequent message to our members in September 2013. BSAP is an exercise embarked by the Environment Bureau and the Agriculture, Fishers and Conservation Departure under the Convention on Biological Diversity. 

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