During this event, they discussed the following topics:
- Make large-scale tourism sustainable.
- Meet or exceed our clean energy goals.
- Feed us more sustainable local foods.
- Properly manage public lands for the greater good.
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- Performance-based regulation:
- Ulupono Initiative 2021
- “Hawaii Finalizes Utility Regulations Seen As Potential Model For Transformation Of U.S. Electricity System” (Utility Dive, January 19, 2021)
- Sensei Farms
- Resilience of studios is a design lab that creates digital artifacts to explore and share the impact humans have on our environment.
- Big Island Invasive Species Committee is a project of the Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit at the University of Hawaii. Committee works to resolve invasive species issues on the island of Hawai’i
- Kaua’i Island Utility Cooperative serves 33,000 electricity accounts on the island of Kaua’i
- Ulupono Initiative works to advance catalytic change in the crucial areas of locally produced food, renewable energy, clean transportation and better management of freshwater and waste.
- Learn more about how biocontrol is helping Hawai’i here.
- Hawaii Interagency Biosecurity Plan
- What is the 30 × 30 Marine Initiative? Information can be found here.
- The mission of Alternatives and innovations in wastewater is to reduce wastewater pollution and restore healthy watersheds by providing innovative, affordable and environmentally friendly solutions for waste and wastewater management.
- WAI is also working on a free online decision tool to help people navigate the available options and vendors to find the best solutions that work for both them and the environment.
Chief Executive Officer
President and CEO
Kaua’i Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC)
Big Island Invasive Species Committee (BIISC)
Senior Program Officer for Ocean Resilience
Harold KL Castle Foundation
Resilience of studios
Moderator: Steve Petranik, Editor-in-Chief, Hawaii Business Magazine
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