Promoting a Greener Hawaii
If you’re interested in rolling up your sleeves and actually passing laws that promote a more sustainable and green future for Hawaii, please read on.
On December 4th, the Sierra Club’s Capitol Watch is hosting a “Forces for Good” Symposium, a fast-paced and exciting half-day workshop focused on environmental issues important to Hawaii.
The symposium will address agriculture and ways to increase our self-sufficiency, the move towards clean energy, ways to reduce our growing waste problem, and advocacy tips – how do we actually get good legislation passed?
Confirmed speakers include, among others, Rick Barboza (Hui Ku Maoli Ola), Stuart Coleman (Surfrider Foundation), Representative Cynthia Thielen (District 50), former Senator Gary Hooser, and more.
Who: Folks interested in advancing Hawaii’s Green Future.
What: Forces for Good Symposium
Where: Hawaii State Capitol, Third Floor
When: December 4th, 8:30 – 1:00 pm (lunch provided)
Click here to RSVP or call 808.538.6616 for more information
This Symposium is tailored for you if you’ve ever said “there should be a law that . . . . ” Please join a lively discussion about Hawaii’s future and become a force for good!