We’re on a mission to help Hawai‘i cut its carbon emissions and avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Each year, we publish an Impact Report sharing highlights of our work driving policy change and leading impactful community initiatives.
Although climate change is a global challenge, action happening locally is where lofty goals become reality. That’s why we’re committed to driving change in Hawai‘i – in schools, homes, at the capitol, and with local residents.
Year in Review
In 2022, our team worked diligently to continue driving change in Hawai‘i. We successfully advocated for key energy bills at the legislature; we energized youth climate leaders; and we connected in person again to host a candidate forum on climate change and clean energy.
We tracked 123 bills and helped pass key energy bills at the legislature and city council.
We engaged nearly 600 Climate Advocates in the legislative process, facilitating the submission of 114 letters of testimony.
We provided free educational content to more than 3,200 K-12 students.
We hosted the 7th Annual Student Energy Summit, an immersive learning experience designed to activate the next generation of climate leaders.
Blue Planet's fourth cohort of Climate Crew included 11 young women from Maui, Molokai, and Lanai.
We hosted the Climate and Energy Forum, a bipartisan forum featuring leading candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor.
A segment from Empowered was nominated for a regional Emmy.
We hosted three free community events about electrified transportation and engaged more than 300 Hawai‘i residents.
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