Hawaiʻi Youth Sustainability Challenge Students Present at Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference
September 02, 2020
Listen to innovative teens from three schools share their Hawaiʻi Youth Sustainability Challenge (HYSC) solutions at the Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference (HCC) on Wednesday, September 2 at 4:30pm. Featured projects during this free online streamed session will include “Intelliponics” by Hawaii Tech Academy, “Priory Permaculture School Garden” by St. Andrew's Priory, and “Virtual Reality Field Trips” by Kapolei High School. Details about the free livestream here. HYSC, a program of Kupu and Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation, is an initiative to empower Hawaiʻi youth to create solutions to conservation and sustainability challenges in their schools and communities. Students in public, private, and charter schools from grades 9-12 apply to receive funding, mentorship, and training to support their innovative and grassroots environmental initiatives. Check out this video to learn more about HYSC!