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Sustainability in Hawaii
Hawaiian Electric Company's Annual Sustainability Reports
The Hawaiian Electric Companies produce an annual Sustainability Report to provide information about our commitment to sustainable operations and development. The report highlights programs and activities that our company engages in to reduce the contributions towards global warming from electricity production, and offers the opportunity to monitor our progress.
Hawaii Green Growth
Hawai‘i Green Growth is committed to building a more resilient and sustainable future for Hawai‘i. Hawai‘i Green Growth serves as the backbone organization for the Aloha+ Challenge, and coordinates a broad stakeholder base to identify areas for statewide action on Hawai‘i’s 2030 sustainability goals.
Hawaii Sustainability Foundation
The Hawaiian Sustainability Foundation was established to uphold these high ideals of Hawaiian culture by organizing resources from the financial sector, nonprofit organizations, as well as for profit companies to work together on projects that will bring prosperity and abundance to communities, islands, and regions in a life supporting manner.
Sustainability - Hawaii Business
Regional business magazine that publishes articles focus on the big issues affecting Hawaii’s economy and businesses, including jobs, profit and loss, education, housing and much more.
Sustainability and Environmental Management - US ARMY: Hawaii
Serves as the technical environmental liaison between the state and federal regulatory agencies, the Hawaiian communities and special interest groups. Oversees clean ups of past contamination, management of current environmental hazards, pollution prevention and conservation of cultural and natural resources.
Sustainable Hawaii Initiative
Governor David Ige's initiative to strengthen our waters, land and food for Hawaii’s communities.
Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Task Force
In 2005, Act 8 established the Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Task Force and provided for the development of a sustainability plan to address the vital needs of Hawaii through the year 2050 and beyond. The 25 member task force, comprised of public and private representatives with a diverse range of experience recommended the Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Plan, with a long-term action agenda, for adoption by the State Legislature. In 2008, the Public Policy Center was commissioned to review the Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Plan (Act 225, 2008 Session Laws of Hawaii) and (1) develop defined data, data sources, and benchmarks for each of the major goals; (2) consult with leaders and organizations relevant to each of the main goals of the H2050 Plan; and (3) report findings and recommendations to the 2010 Legislature.
Office of Environmental Quality Control
The Office of Environmental Quality Control (OEQC) facilitates Hawaiʻi’s environmental review process. The office announces the availability of environmental assessments (EAs) and environmental impact statements (EISs) for public review and comment in its semi-monthly publication, The Environmental Notice. Site contains this publication, as well as the Office's Annual Reports.