Editorial: State must abide by solar mandate

EDITORIAL| OUR VIEW February 19, 2019 Updated February 19, 2019 12:27am Eleven years ago, when Hawaii became the first state in the nation to require installation of solar water heating systems in new single-family homes, the mandate to increase tapping one of the state’s most abundant renewable energy sources and thereby reduce dependence on imported oil was … Read more

Hawai‘i High Court Affirms Citizens’ Right to Protect Environmental Interests Before State Public Utilities Commission

For Immediate Release December 14, 2017 Contacts: Kylie Wager Cruz | Attorney | Earthjustice | (808) 599-2436 | kwager@earthjustice.org Marti Townsend | Director Sierra Club of Hawai‘i | (808) 538-6616 | marti.townsend@sierraclub.org Hawai‘i High Court Affirms Citizens’ Right to Protect Environmental Interests Before State Public Utilities Commission Declares Due Process Interest in Right to a … Read more

Hawai‘i’s Mayors commit to shared goal of 100 percent renewable ground transportation by 2045

Post shared from Oʻahu Group’s blog on 12/13: Today in Wai‘anae, Leaders from the City and County of Honolulu, Maui County, Hawai‘i County and Kaua‘i County came together today on the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hōkūleʻa in committing to transform Hawai‘i’s public and private ground transportation to 100 percent renewable fuel sources by 2045. Honolulu Mayor … Read more