The Big Island has a large back to the land movement happening. There is a large amount of people involved in organic farming, natural construction, conservation, and alternative energy. On the flip side, a lot of tropical fruit is grown for export unsustainably. Heavy pesticide use and overharvesting is a problem as well.
In Hawaii there is currently the Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Plan. Featuring energy that is clean, renewable and produced mostly in Hawaii; consuming locally produced food and minimizing waste by recycling, the Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Plan seems to be moving Hawaii in a progressive direction. There is also the Kuleana Green Business Program which promotes ethical and socially responsible business practices and environmental stewardship among every sector of the economy.
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