Please take the time to show up.
That’s who wins you know. The people that show up.
On Kaua‘i at 6pm, there is a “must-attend” virtual panel and community discussion on what’s happened, what’s happening, and what still needs to happen with regards to climate change in Hawaiʻi.
In 2017 we became the first state to enact a law that aligned with the Paris Agreement. In 2021 Hawaiʻi became the first state to pass a Climate Emergency Resolution. What’s our Climate Action Plan in 2022 to back up these bold moves?
The discussion starts at 6pm. Register to attend at: https://bit.ly/climatelegislation
According to The Garden Island newspaper –
“The county’s four state lawmakers will tackle climate legislation and questions from their constituents at this Wednesday’s virtual Kaua‘i Climate Action Forum at 6 p.m.
The virtual event comes as the state Legislature’s 2022 session draws to a close, and one year after Hawai‘i became the first state in the nation to pass a climate emergency resolution.
Now, the forum’s hosts — environmental groups Kaua‘i Climate Action Coalition, Zero Waste Kaua‘i and the local chapter of the Surfrider Foundation — want to know what happens next.”
On Oʻahu –
Labor for Living Wages Rally @ State Capitol
Wednesday, April 13, 10 a.m.–Noon
Join Hawaiʻi’s labor unions and Raise Up Hawaiʻi supporters and rally at the Capitol in support of a strong minimum wage!
Add your body and your voice to send legislators a message they cannot ignore.
$18 by 2026 and elimination of the tip penalty is the demand.
All are welcome! A limited number of printed signs will be available on-site, but we encourage you to bring personalized ones if possible.