50 Simple Things You Can Do To Save Hawaiʻi

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50 Simple Things You Can Do To Save Hawaiʻi


by Gail L. Grabowsky

paperback, 5" x 7.75"
192 pp

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For dedicated environmentalists, as well as those who want to preserve Hawaii's resources but don't know where to start, this handbook provides specific information on meeting Hawaii's major environmental challenges: the loss of pristine places, coral reef degradation, overharvesting of marine resources, solid waste management, hazardous waste management, water consumption, energy pollution, global warming, and the loss of culture. Hundreds of photos showcase Hawaii's natural beauty inspiring readers to do a little - or a lot - to preserve it.


Gail L. Grabowsky is an associate professor and director of the Environmental Studies program at Chaminade University Honolulu. 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.