The Hong Kong Biodiversity Museum should provide a science hub dedicated to nature for citizens and researchers to increase awareness and knowledge on biodiversity and ecosystems.
To increase knowledge, education and preservation on biodiversity in Hong Kong and Asia.
To develop and support scientific research on biodiversity; facilitate collaborations between local and international researchers; and offer opportunities for local non-professional researchers, students, and NGOs to access resources, facilities and professional expertise that could guide and support their projects.
To enhance the public’s knowledge on environmental protection, raise the appreciation on the organisms that compose ecosystems, and the importance of their conservation for humanity.
To develop a biobank allowing the preservation of the biological heritage of Hong Kong through specimens’ collection and curation to ensure their availability and access to the current and future generations of researchers in Hong Kong and beyond.