Hawaiʻi Becomes First State to Adopt Paris Climate Commitments

Sierra Club members joined a hundred people in the rotunda of Hawaiʻi’s Capitol to celebrate Governor David Ige signing a bill that adopts certain commitments from the Paris Climate Agreement as state goals. This makes Hawaiʻi the first state to join the Paris Climate Agreement. “Signing this bill demonstrates the strength of local governments and … Read more

Senate Advances Water Monopoly Bill

Community groups raise serious objections to H.B.1536 HONOLULU, Hawaiʻi (Tuesday April 11, 2017) — Today, Hawaiʻi’s Senate voted to pass H.B. 1536, a bill that would eliminate public oversight of private monopoly companies supplying irrigation water.  The bill will now be assigned to a committee of Representatives and Senators for review during conference. “This bill … Read more

Find us at WCC

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress is just over a week away.  The Sierra Club of Hawaiʻi has several opportunities for you to join us in and outside of the congress.     September 2, join us for a knowledge cafe from 11am-1pm focusing on “Exploration and enjoyment of nature … Read more

Welcome Adriane!

The Sierra Club of Hawaiʻi has hired its first Maui Group Coordinator!  Adriane Raff Corwin joins the Sierra Club with more than ten years of experience advocating for environmental justice. Her main interest has been in local water rights and to ensure our environment is safe and protected for generations to come. She has volunteered … Read more

Update on Red Hill Jet Fuel Leaks

Get updates on the jet fuel leaks from Red Hill at a public meeting on August 15th 6-8PM Moanalua Middle School.  Panel will include representatives from the Department of Health, Board of Water Supply, and others. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and get more involved.  Click here to RSVP or call 808-538-6616 … Read more