The research team members wish to express their sincere gratitude to World Wide Fund for Nature-Hong Kong (WWF-HK) for their insights, generosity, and hospitality. Also, many thanks to all the interviewees for participating in this project. The team would also like to acknowledge St Olaf Collaborative Undergraduate Research and Inquiry (CURI) program, Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment (LIASE), the Piper Center, as well as the Asian Studies Department and the Environment Studies Department for their support. The assistance from St. Olaf Instructional Technology staff at the Digital Scholarship Center (DiSCO) along with the Research & Instruction librarians was much appreciated. Moreover, the team is grateful to the individuals who have kindly helped us throughout every step of the way, notably Ricky Cheng, Hilda Lau, Dr. Michael Lau, Holly Nelson, Evan Pak, Hawken Rives, Dr. Hsiang-Lin Shih, Sara Stryker, Hikari Sugisaki, Jonah Wang, Nicole Wong, Enning Zhang, and Dr. Ying Zhou. This project is still a work in progress; all comments and suggestions are welcome.