UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I AT MANOA OUTREACH COLLEGE
Community Services Division
`Native Hawaiian Perspectives on Renewable Energy Development`
Info: Jun 24 • Wed • 6:30pm • Halau o Haumea, Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies • FREE and open to the public • Parking in Dole Street Parking Structure $3 • For more information, call 956-8246.
Native Hawaiians have a tradition of caring for the land and the people of these islands. Faced with environmental, economic, and cultural challenges, leaders in the Hawaiian community engaged in the development of clean energy, scholars of cultural and resource management, and state policy makers come together to discuss policies and actions to ensure a sustainable energy future for Hawai`i.
Ramsay Taum, UH Manoa TIM School, Board Chair Sustain Hawaii, moderator
Panelists: Michael L. Kaleikini, Puna Geothermal Ventures; D. Noelani Kalipi, First Wind; Davianna McGregor, UH Manoa Ethnic Studies; Myron Thompson, 21st Century Technologies.
with discussants Sen. Mike Gabbard; Rep. Hermina Morita; Pono Shim, Enterprise Honolulu
Funded in part by the Shunzo Sakamaki Extraordinary Lecture Endowment at the University of Hawai`i Foundation and the Hawai`i Energy Policy Forum`s Koaniani Fund at the Hawaii Community Foundation.