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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/14/2018
12:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Location
"The Barn" at SALT @ our Kaka‘ako

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Did you know that in Hawai’i we create double the amount of trash per person than anywhere on the mainland?! With the momentum of Hōkūleʻa’s message to Mālama Honua to care for our island earth and with statewide goals to reduce our waste footprint by 70% by 2030 we are poised to change this!

Interested in being a part of the change? Come join Zero Waste O’ahu in a fun-filled and engaging afternoon at the Moana Lani Festival for Oʻahu’s first ever Zero Waste Summit! The Summit will focus on understanding of Zero Waste philosophy and how it is possible for Hawai’i. We’ll also carve out time to take tangible steps towards shaping Zero Waste Policy for our County!

Schedule:
12:30-3:00pm: Speakers and Workshops!
Learn about Zero Waste through inspiring speakers and hands-on workshops that will offer you skills to reduce your waste in your business, home or workplace.

3:30-5:50pm: Diving Deep into Zero Waste for Honolulu
Honolulu is in the process of updating the County’s 10-year waste management plan. Let’s help our leaders plan for a more sustainable tomorrow by creating a vision for a Zero Waste O’ahu during this facilitated input session!
(reservation needed: get your free ticket on Eventbrite today!)

The Zero Waste Summit will take place as part of the Moana Lani Festival, which is dedicated to providing a platform for educating society about today’s issues regarding our oceans, and in particular our coral reefs and marine life. The festival will bring attention to local and international foundations, non government organizations, scientific research, and initiatives regarding coral regrowth, clean ups, rehabilitation, sustainable practices, and moves in legislature. Moana Lani Festival will also educate people about environmental advancements in business.

Zero Waste O’ahu is a coalition working to reduce the amount of trash coming onto our island–which impacting our delicate ecosystems and costing tax-payers lots of money to manage!

This is a free and public event ! Come on over to SALT and join the fun and help us build a sustainable Hawaiʻi!