Chair’s Report 2016 Q2

By Nelson Ho
Despite geothermal energy being over 40 years old in Hawai’i, it continues to stumble into minefields as it attempts to expand its role as an energy resource. Far from encouraging “smart energy, smart growth, and smart businesses,” the land use policies of geothermal developers have created a gauntlet of outraged communities. Let’s help aspiring political leaders who listen to what the ‘aina is saying. Pay attention to your local political races and note the Sierra Club endorsements.

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