Beginning Monday, April 17, though Sunday, April 23, there will be a mix of virtual presentations and in-person activities at the UH Hilo and Hawaiʻi Community College campuses and in our community. Join a multitude of events, both in person and online, celebrating our relationship with Honua -- our Earth, sustainability, and our profound sources of sustenance.
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Get Ready for Earth Day 2023
As this year's Earth Day approaches on Saturday, April 22nd, we're reminded that our everyday acts of redeeming our HI5 beverage containers or recycling our scrap metals are part of a global "one billion acts of green."
This year's Earth Day theme, "Invest in Our Planet," communicates the importance of dedicating our time, resources and energy to solving environmental issues and the best way to pave a path towards a healthy, happy and wealthy communities worldwide.
Looking for ways to add your efforts to the "billion acts of green" this April 22nd? Here are a few ideas:
As a new member of the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce (KKCC), owner Roy Kadota and team attended and sponsored a booth at the Chamber's annual meeting at the Fairmont Orchid on Friday, June 24th. After providing electronic device collection in West Hawai`i for several years, the KKCC in-person gathering was a welcome chance to connect and re-connect. Roy also had a chance to meet Governor David Ige (above left), who was the guest speaker.
You and your family can be a part of malama ka `aina, caring for our land, through the Aloha+ Challenge. This is a statewide effort to achieve Hawai`i's social, economic, and environmental goals by 2030. Check out the many cool data sets!
Even more, you can join the Hawai`i Island Aloha+ Challenge. Your 'ohana can reduce your environmental impact and also save money (Yeah!) through a few simple and everyday actions. You can also create teams with other folks from your school, work, church or other groups, and care for our land together.
Contributing a Winter Wonderland and a Uke-Playing Grinch to the Keiki's Christmas Drive-Through
Supporting a Fun & Safe Trunk or Treat Event