Go here to see the latest on Kaneohe Bay and the Kaneohe Bay Regional Council. Legislation has been submitted to repeal KBRC termination but limits KBRC to an annual meeting. support the legislation and organize to be a community voice for the baySee More
Quarterly meeting of the Kaneohe Bay Regional Council. (KBRC) Agenda to be determined. Topics may include:Future of KBRC, repeal of Act 068 which sunsets KBRC 6/2010How to make KBRC more effectiveFriends of Kaneohe Bay as a KBRC advocate and potential replacement.Safe boating, reef markersSecurity Heeia PierDefining constituents of each member representative.See More
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"Kaneohe Bay Regional Council will sunset at end of this fiscal year. Trying to build Friends of Kaneohe Bay coalition to advocate for Bay and hopefully repeal Act 068 that sunset KBRC. Friendsofkaneohebay@wiggiomail.com"
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I’m organizing the ‘350 Honolulu’ rally to take place on Saturday October 24, 2009 from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. at the State Capitol.
On that day throughout the world, rallies will be held to raise awareness of climate change and to establish a goal of 350 parts per million of CO2. This movement is in preparation for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen December 7-18, 2009.
This 350 ppm number is The Most Important Number in the World and is a tangible and appropriate goal that our leaders need to have in mind going into the Conference.
We want to make an iconic image from Honolulu and what I had in mind is to form a large human ‘350’ in front of the Capitol Building. I want to have this assembled for photo at 3:50 p.m. If we have enough people we’ll form a human lei around the building.
I have the permit for the rally and want your support and participation for this event. As an environmental leader, please spread the word to your circle of influence.
Please see www.350.org. Thos organization and movement is founded by Bill McKibben.
I look forward to hearing from you and let’s make this the most significant environmental rally to date!
Organizer of 350 Honolulu
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