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Tom DeWitt and HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project are now friends
Jan 22, 2010
HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project left a comment for Tom DeWitt
"Shootz, well the next big thing is this beach cleanup on Sept 19th in Ka'u .... but I understand there is one at Coconut Island on the 20th too. I posted an event on this greenhawaii.com thing but perhaps it hasn't been listed yet? Our…"
Sep 7, 2009
Tom DeWitt left a comment for HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project
"Thanks Megan. I'll do that. I'm also working to get UH-Hilo students more involved in sustainability events, so please keep me current on what HIDP is doing and I'll try to get students to participate. Cheers, Tom"
Sep 7, 2009
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HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project left a comment for Tom DeWitt
"Aloha Tom, this is Megan (with HWF and Green Drinks Hilo) - I saw a msg you left about getting ahold of us and the GD Hilo listserve. Just shoot us an email at greendrinkshilo@gmail.com and we'll let you know when and where we are meeting. Also…"
Sep 7, 2009
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Sep 7, 2009
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Sept 19th - Get the Drift and Bag It! at Kamilo Beach

September 19, 2009 from 7:45am to 2:30pm
HWF will be hosting a cleanup event at Kamilo Beach, Ka'u District, SE Hawai'i for this international event.Please join us and help malama 'aina .... shoot any questions, comments, RSVPs, ... etc. to Megan at kahakai.cleanups@gmail.com.FYI there will also be other cleanup sites throughout the state on this same day.See More
Sep 7, 2009
Brent Norris left a comment for HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project
"ahh, mahalo. South Point beaches sure collect a lotta plastic. Great work, great outcome. Thanks for the work you do."
Jun 1, 2009
HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project left a comment for Brent Norris
"Nah, we coordinate the shoreline debris cleanups every couple months in Ka'u (SE Hawai'i Island). Sorry for the lag time in responding. Next cleanup is on Aug 22nd ... our last one was this last weekend 5/23! We carted off about 2 tons…"
Jun 1, 2009
HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project is now friends with GREENHAWAIICOM and Brent Norris
May 26, 2009
Brent Norris left a comment for HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project
"hey! Are you folks involved in the underwater beach cleanup on the 19th?"
Apr 7, 2009
HWF - Hawai'i Island Debris Project and Sheron Leihuanani Bissen are now friends
Mar 1, 2009
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Feb 21, 2009

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"Get the Drift and Bag It"
Type of member:
non-profit organization
Website:
http://wildhawaii.org
Interests:
beach cleanups
derelict fishing gear origins
anchialine ponds
juvenile fish populations
marine ecology & conservation

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At 5:23pm on April 7, 2009, Brent Norris said…
hey! Are you folks involved in the underwater beach cleanup on the 19th?
At 10:20pm on June 1, 2009, Brent Norris said…
ahh, mahalo. South Point beaches sure collect a lotta plastic. Great work, great outcome. Thanks for the work you do.
At 9:50pm on September 3, 2009, Keith Rose said…
Aloha,

Keith Rose here.

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!

Sustainably yours,
Keith Rose
Organizer of 350 Honolulu
350honolulu@gmail.com
At 11:59am on September 7, 2009, Tom DeWitt said…
Thanks Megan. I'll do that. I'm also working to get UH-Hilo students more involved in sustainability events, so please keep me current on what HIDP is doing and I'll try to get students to participate. Cheers, Tom

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