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BYOBowl @ Banan

December 27, 2018

Banan has launched its BYOBowl program, giving $1 each time you bring your own bowl to a featured non-profit. We are stoked to be the featured non-profit for December & January! Enjoy your soft serve the zero waste way, and BYOBowl and BYOSpoon at any of their 4 locations! Mahalo to Banan for...

Surfrider UH Club Tackling Straws

December 27, 2018

Surfrider Foundation's University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa Club student activists conducted a waste audit on the Mānoa campus to find the biggest sources of plastic pollution and found that an estimated 50,000 straws were disposed of every day! Armed with this info, they launched a campus-wide straw...

International Coastal Cleanup Day

September 17, 2018

Join Plastic Free Hawaiʻi on Saturday, September 15 for International Coastal Cleanup Day. We will host cleanups at two locations (rain or shine)!:

  1. Kahuku (The dirtiest beach on Oʻahu) - at James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge (JCNWR). Enter the refuge off Kamehameha Hwy at Mile Marker...

Plastic Free Hawaiʻi Youth Summit Rescheduled

September 17, 2018

Hawaiʻi students are invited to join the first annual Plastic Free Hawaiʻi Youth Summit. We are in the process of RESCHEDULING the Plastic Free Hawaiʻi Youth Summit due to Hurricane Lane. Registration is still open at this link. This summit is open to students and teachers grades 6-12 who have...

Hawaiʻi Youth Sustainability Challenge

September 17, 2018

Kōkua Hawai‘i Foundation, in partnership with Kupu, launched the third annual Hawai‘i Youth Sustainability Challenge, which supports student-led environmental initiatives. Students who want to help their schools or communities go green now have a chance to earn funding to back their big ideas....

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