FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 8, 2018
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Rally with Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell and Sierra Club Executive Director
Michael Brune, in front of the Hawaii State Capitol
City Council Urged… (More...)
URGING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO ESTABLISH GOALS TO TRANSITION HONOLULU TO 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY AND A CARBON NEUTRAL ECONOMY WITHOUT DELAY AND TO OPPOSE ALL NEW FOSSIL FUEL INFRASTRUCTURE.
WHEREAS, a destabilized global climate, changing ocean temperatures, and …(More...)
On June 27, we sent a message to all 11 non-incumbent Honolulu City Council candidates, asking whether, if elected, they would support a resolution with these RESOLVED clauses:
BE IT RESOLVED that the City and County of Honolulu …(More...)
6th July 2018 – The Vatican, Rome. As a co-organiser of the global Rise for Climate mobilisation, 350.org welcomes today’s call by Pope Francis for ‘citizens’ pressure groups’ to take action ahead of the Global Climate Action Summit that is …(More...)
Today Governor Ige signed two of 350Hawaii’s priority bills, and a third environmental bill, into law.
HB1986 – Requires the Office of Planning in partnership with the Greenhouse Gas Sequestration Task Force to establish a framework for a carbon offset …(More...)
The 2018 Hawaii Legislative session is over.
Thank you all so very much for your contributions, perseverance and patience through this year’s session and the many emails we sent you. We did far better than the 10% chance the average …(More...)
350Hawaii’s strategy for 2018 is to promote
- A fast and just transition to 100% renewable energy for all.
- No new fossil fuel projects.
- Not a penny more for fossil fuels.
To this end, we are working to pass resolutions in …(More...)
A little history:
350.org began in 2008.
This 2009 youth-led campaign for awareness and action was the first activity of 350Hawaii.
In 2010, Rob Kinslow interviewed 350.org founder Bill McKibben, who gave a presentation at the State Art Museum.…(More...)
Why hasn’t Congress acted on climate change? Because oil and gas companies are big contributors to their election campaigns. The biggest obstacle to climate action is political will, and one of the biggest influences on political will is money in …(More...)
[Originally published in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, February 25, 2016]
Should ERS divest from fossil fuels? Yes, bubble will burst for carbon-coal stocks
By Anthony Aalto and Michael Kramer
February 25, 2016
Why is our state pension system betting against the …(More...)