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Earth Day status report: The push toward renewable energy usage in Hawaii

The push toward renewable energy usage in Hawaii has made great progress, but more needs to be done

By Paul Gaynor, Drew Astolfi and John White

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 21, 2014

~~<p>Sunshine, warm breezes, clear waters, fiery volcanoes and scenic landscapes make Hawaii not only a picture-perfect postcard for visitors but also an idyllic home for more than a million residents.</p>
<p>On Earth Day, April 22, when we celebrate all that's good about our environment, we are reminded that these same natural elements are also the keys to a more sustainable future, one with less imported oil and more clean energy from local resources.</p>
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Sunshine, warm breezes, clear waters, fiery volcanoes and scenic landscapes make Hawaii not only a picture-perfect postcard for visitors but also an idyllic home for more than a million residents.

On Earth Day, April 22, when we celebrate all that's good about our environment, we are reminded that these same natural elements are also the keys to a more sustainable future, one with less imported oil and more clean energy from local resources. Login for more...



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