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Sustainability, Dolphins, and “Hawaii-Powered”

My wife, Elif, is an environmental consultant. She helps businesses “articulate and realize their sustainable future.” While most of her work has been for large national companies, living in Hawaii calls her attention to the reality of our State’s dependence on fossil fuels, and its plans for our future.

We recently had the extreme pleasure of swimming with dolphins in Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island (large in part due to Heidi White‘s true aloha spirit). Our time in the water inspired Elif to write her recent post: Hawaii: Petroleum Paradise or Model of Sustainability?

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