Hawaii’s rich ecosystem is in great danger due to climate change. There are more endangered species per square mile on the islands than anywhere else in the world. Precipitation has decreased 20% and the temperature in Honolulu has increased 4.4 degrees over the last century. They are combating climate change by forbidding the development of any more coal plants (outside of the one all ready in the state). As of 2010, new homes will not be permitted unless they have a solar water heater. They plan to be 70% renewable energy by 2030 by providing incentives and tax breaks to promote renewable energy.
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