50 Simple Things You Can Do To Save Hawaiʻi
If you’ve ever wondered what you can do to preserve Hawai‘i’s beauty and vital resources, this handbook is for you. A call to action as well as a source book of information, agencies, and organizations, it details actions you can take to preserve pristine places, protect coral reefs and marine resources, reduce and effectively dispose of solid and hazardous waste, conserve water and energy, prevent pollution and global warming, and promote a culture of loving the land.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Gail L. Grabowsky is an associate professor and director of the Environmental Studies program at Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. She has served as a member of the State Environmental Council and the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Coral Reef Ecosystem Reserve Council, and as the associate director of the Pacific Symposium for Science and Sustainability.