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Community education and action in Hawaii to fight climate change.

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Next Community Service Day: Saturday May 19, 9-11am

Just show up at Hamakua Marsh.  Enjoy nature, good company, and giving back.  CLICK HERE for information and waiver.

Restore Hamakua Marsh

13 school groups with help from community members are restoring the watershed at Hamakua Marsh.  They have planted over 1,200 native trees and plants.  The trees sequester carbon and more!

Learn about Climate Change

Elementary schools and other groups participate in workshops and talks to learn about climate change, land use change and the impact on native species.  610 students taught in 2017.

Cut your Carbon Emissions

Get the biggest bang for your buck!  Learn what you do that produces the most emissions, and the easiest ways to reduce emissions.

Influence the Legislature

Hawai'i passed the Bill requiring 100% Renewable Energy for power by 2045. Learn what is being considered this session and how to be heard.

"We Love Trees" poster contest exhibited at the State Capitol, Honolulu Hale and a conference on trees. That's recycling!

Works of art that express the value of trees through the eyes of our keiki.

Co-organized with Trees for Honolulu's Future

WAYS TO HELP

Your time, special skills or donations are welcome!

Care for the  native forest at Hamakua Marsh and/or request workshops.

PARTNER SCHOOLS

Click your school icon for photo gallery and tree care schedule.

Healthy Climate Communities is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  Donations are tax deductible.