*Preamble The Legislature finds that the human-induced global climate crisis requires thoughtful but bold response on many fronts to make Hawaii communities resilient to the impacts of storms, floods, fire, and sea-level rise that threaten the very survivability of these … Continue reading
Join us to review policies proposed for at least four of the following areas. Agriculture Ecosystem Restoration and Management Education Energy Health and Human Services Housing Transportation Waste Management Values Used to Evaluate: Labor Carbon Emissions Indigenous & Cultural Sensitivity Justice … Continue reading
Aloha, You may have already heard that a dear friend to many of us and co-founder of the Environmental Caucus, Marjorie Ziegler passed away earlier this week. In remembrance of her and her legacy as the ‘Godmother of the Environmental … Continue reading
Aloha all! We were disappointed that our last meeting had to be cancelled due to threat of Hurricane Lane. We hope all of you, your ohana, and property survived the storm safely. The extreme weather events of this past year … Continue reading
Due to the close path and the need to prepare for Hurricane Lane, we are cancelling tonight’s meetings. Please stay safe and prepare. http://dod.hawaii.gov/hiema/public-resources/preparedness-information/ We will issue notice when we reschedule.
ECDPH Notice of Meeting Schedule for remainder of 2018 June 27, 2018 Aloha all! The Steering Committee has determined a meeting schedule for the balance of 2018. Additional Steering Committee meetings will be scheduled as needed, and notice of those … Continue reading
Aloha ECDPH Members!
We are holding our first Steering Committee Meeting since the 2018 DPH State Convention. This meeting will be largely introductory and logistics related. Our Steering Committee meetings have been and will continue to be open to others to join and listen in. This meeting will be limited in scope to the business of the Steering Committee outlined in the agenda below.
We will begin with a brief introduction to the Zoom Video Conferencing App. It has consistently been rated the best app for remote meetings with features that conveniently allow for orderly and efficient communication. Once everyone on the call has a cursory understanding of the app, we will move into the rest of the agenda. We will be using this technology for General Membership meetings as well in order to further our goal to be as inclusive as possible, while still making progress on our goals for the term.
We all live within the Environment and it should and could be everyone’s main concern. I look forward to welcoming all voices and to many productive meetings over the next two years.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
See you there!
* Introduction to Zoom and General Meeting Logistics
* Introductions To Each Other
* Set Dates For Future Meetings & General Membership Meetings
* Update on SCC Elections & Bylaws
* Process for submitting Legislation
* Process for submitting testimony
* Process for determining Caucus priorities
* Recap of any action items
* Items for discussion in next meeting
Environmental Caucus DPH is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
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Meeting ID: 161 542 974
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/d3xCszwgU
ECDPH Officer elections will be held on 05/26/18 around 5:30-6:00pm at the DPH Convention in Waikoloa, Hawaii. Composition of the Executive Committee: The Executive Committee of the Caucus shall consist of the Chair, Vice Chair, the Secretary, the Treasurer, … Continue reading
Aloha, Members of the Environmental Caucus Democratic Party of Hawaii. Mark your calendars for our upcoming General Membership Meeting, Wednesday February 21st at 7:00 pm. (Agenda to follow) Location: Democratic Party Headquarters: 627 South Street, Honolulu, HI 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, February … Continue reading
Re: Commercial Aquarium Collection Remember SB 1240 a bill supported and championed by our Natural Resource Subject Committee? It passed only to be Vetoed by Governor Ige? Today the Hawaii Supreme Court found DLNR to be negligent in allowing unlimited … Continue reading