Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Plan
A community-based planning effort
A two-year planning process engaged thousands of residents through multiple rounds of community meetings on every island, Internet outreach through a website and online surveys, and dozens of focus group meetings with stakeholders and experts. More than 10,500 participants provided input on the Hawai‘i 2050 plan.
Data was also collected through public opinion polls and the Hawai‘i 2050 Issue Book, which contains extensive research on many aspects of sustainability such as natural resource use, population, economic development, water and social issues.
The Task Force used its resources to gather the mana‘o of everyone with a stake and an interest in Hawai‘i and to include their voice in the conversation.
What did the Task Force find? What is Hawai‘i 2050?
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