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Regenerating Paradise

Hawaii’s food system is in the midst of an economic and cultural renaissance. One in which healthy agriculture drives healthy communities.

Surfrider Foundation Oahu July Meeting

Join us for our July Virtual Public Meeting to get to know everything we are up to and how you can help protect our ocean, beaches, and waves!


CHANGE Event Series: Natural Environment


How can Hawaii make large-scale tourism sustainable, meet or surpass our clean energy goals, feed ourselves with more sustainable local food, and properly manage public lands for the greater good.


Regenerative Tourism

Prince Waikiki 100 Holomoana Street, Honolulu, HI, United States

This event will focus on how some local organizations have already made regenerative tourism work and how we expand that model to other venues and activities.


Talk Story with Yishan Wong


Using experience garnered from his tenures as CEO of Reddit, Director of Engineering at Facebook, and his contributions to the growth of PayPal, Yishan started Terraformation to assist in reforestation efforts.


Startup Hawaii Hilo Social

HI Science & Technology Museum Exhibition Hall 64 Keawe St., Hilo, HI, United States

Join us for a casual pau hana and hear from organizations that are driving innovation and entrepreneurship among Hawaii youth.

Bioeconomy Hawaii Forum 2023


Join the members of the Hawaii Bioeconomy Trade Organization and our invited guests to talk story in our journey to a more sustainable Hawaii. Meet new leaders and new initiatives in energy, transportation, and agriculture in the Aloha State.

East Meets West 2023

Aloha Tower Marketplace 1 Aloha Tower Drive, Honolulu, HI, United States

Join us in person for amazing international speakers, hot topic breakout sessions, a pitch competition, and ample networking opportunities in a tropical Startup Paradise!


Disaster Preparedness and Food System Resilience in Hawaii

Ka Waiwai 1110 University Avenue, Honolulu, HI, United States

This panel discussion will highlight the needs and strategies for building greater food system resilience and disaster preparedness for Hawaii.