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James Koshiba

Kanu Hawaii's executive director hopes the islands can become more sustainable through people changing their lives, one behavior at a time

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 23, 2011

~~<p>The best Christmas gift James Koshiba would like to see from Hawaii may be no present, at least not a physical gift.</p>
<p>Koshiba, 38, is executive director of Kanu Hawaii, a community-activism nonprofit with a focus on sustainability issues, founded in 2007. The organization is reprising a form of its annual campaign to reduce trash during the holidays, when 25 percent more waste is generated than during any other period of the same duration.</p>
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The best Christmas gift James Koshiba would like to see from Hawaii may be no present, at least not a physical gift.

Koshiba, 38, is executive director of Kanu Hawaii, a community-activism nonprofit with a focus on sustainability issues, founded in 2007. The organization is reprising a form of its annual campaign to reduce trash during the holidays, when 25 percent more waste is generated than during any other period of the same duration. Login for more...



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