Over the last two decades, the rising concerns regarding global warming and pollution have led many people to alter their routines and look for ways to live a greener lifestyle. Although it may seem like fighting a rising tide, there are things that everyone can do to help their local and global environment.
Urgent Community Action Required to save the Marine Debris Removal Statewide Bill.
Eia Hawaii Fund is joining the effort led by partner, Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawai‘i, in the fight against Marine Debris.
Eia Hawaii Fund unveils beneficiary partners as part of our Hawaiian Culture & Arts and Preserving our ʻĀina Initiatives
February 1, 2018, Honolulu, HI – The first non-profit partners that are set to benefit from the support of an exciting new funding non-profit, Eia Hawaii Fund, based in the paradise of Hawaiʻi have been unveiled. Operating across four distinct pillars, Eia Hawaii Fund (EHF) has revealed which Hawaiian Culture and Arts and Preserving our ʻĀina partnerships will be the first it champions.
The islands of Hawaiʻi are renowned worldwide for being a paradise of natural beauty and offering some of the most breathtaking scenic views in the world. However, you may be unaware that over the past few decades, the beautiful Hawaiian Islands have fallen victim to excessive plastic pollution which has caused serious problems for wildlife and poses a detrimental threat to the future of the local eco-system. Here we take a look at what has caused this and what can be done to help.