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Sustainability

  1. Something Old, New, Borrowed & Green

    Henry Bennett

    July, 2015
  2. What’s Next for Solar

    Ilima Loomis

    July, 2015
  3. Crowded Water

    Lianne Yu

    July, 2015
  4. FOR STARTERS: WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND

    Hawaii Business magazine

    July, 2015
  5. NEW SOURCE FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY

    Scott Cooney

    June, 2015
  6. TURNING UNUSED BUSES INTO SHELTERS AND SHOWERS

    Jackie M. Young

    June, 2015
  7. Editor’s Note: The Sacredness of Mauna Kea

    Steve Petranik

    June, 2015
  8. Capturing Noisy, Pesky Wild Chickens

    Brandi-Ann Uyemura

    June, 2015
  9. Sustainable Schools Earn an A

    Scott Cooney

    May, 2015
  10. UH-Hilo: Hawaii’s Under-the-Radar Hotbed of Innovative Research

    LiAnne Yu

    May, 2015
  11. WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA?

    Ilima Loomis

    May, 2015
  12. Letters to the Editor

    Hawaii Business magazine

    May, 2015
  13. Inevitable Change

    Dennis Hollier

    April, 2015
  14. Natural Energy Lab Fosters its Own Startup Paradise

    Lianne Yu

    April, 2015
  15. More Efficient Power

    Chris Oliver

    April, 2015
  16. Little Fire Ant Could Take Big Bite Out of Hawaii Island Economy

    Ilima Loomis

    April, 2015
  17. Facing Future

    By Lavonne Leong / Photography by PF Bentley

    March, 2015
  18. Which NextEra Will Hawaii Get?

    Dennis Hollier

    February, 2015
  19. Urban Gardens Grow Food & Raise Consciousness

    Alia Pan

    February, 2015
  20. Start-Up Paradise

    LiAnne Yu

    February, 2015
  21. What’s Hawaii’s Environment Worth?

    Dennis Hollier

    January, 2015
  22. As the Nation Turns, Hawaii is Still Driven

    Carlyn Tani, Illustrations by Andrew J. Catanzariti

    November, 2014
  23. Can Hawaii Feed Itself?

    Dennis Hollier

    November, 2014
  24. Off-the-grid Air Conditioning

    Victoria Wiseman

    October, 2014
  25. Petri to Petrol

    Cathy S. Cruz-George

    September, 2014
  26. Hawaii Has No Native Land Reptiles

    Jon Letman

    August, 2014
  27. Ask the Expert: How do I make my business more energy-efficient?

    By Richard Wallsgrove, Program Director of Blue Planet Foundation

    July, 2014
  28. Talk Story with Jeffrey Mikulina

    Beverly Creamer

    July, 2014
  29. The Navy and private companies collaborate to turn wave energy into electricity

    Beverly Creamer

    July, 2014
  30. Dustin Shindo: The story behind what happened at Hoku and his new venture in healthcare IT

    Dennis Hollier

    July, 2014
  31. Disappointed by Fishing Story

    Rick Gaffney

    April, 2014
  32. Talk Story with the Neighbor Island Mayors

    Beverly Creamer

    March, 2014
  33. Letters to the Editor: Geothermal and Waikiki

    March, 2014
  34. Energy Excelerator Provides Boosts for Clean Energy

    Scott Cooney

    March, 2014
  35. Editor’s Note: This Fishing Story is No Tall Tale

    Steve Petranik

    February, 2014
  36. How Fish Get From the Sea to Your Plate

    Dennis Hollier

    February, 2014
  37. Parting Shot: Ripe on the Vine

    Hawaii Business magazine

    November, 2013
  38. Geothermal is a Red-Hot Topic

    John Stickler

    November, 2013
  39. Aquaculture Ahi: The Holy Grail of Fish Farming

    Robert Duerr

    October, 2013
  40. Balancing Hawaii’s energy supply and demand

    Lavonne Leong

    July, 2013
  41. Hawaii Beekeeping Makes a Comeback

    John Stickler

    June, 2013
  42. Sustainable Hawaii Businesses

    Scott Cooney

    February, 2013
  43. Navatek’s CEPAS technology makes more efficient wind turbines

    Dennis Hollier

    January, 2013
  44. Military Drives Alternative Energy in Hawaii

    Scott Cooney

    January, 2013
  45. Hawaii Beef Comes Home

    Catherine E. Toth

    December, 2012
  46. Ask SmallBiz: Grid Saturation

    BY PAMELA JOE, VP OF DEVELOPMENT, REVOLUSUN

    October, 2012
  47. A new generation takes on the challenges of farming

    Hawaii Business magazine

    October, 2012
  48. Is Liquefied Natural Gas a viable option?

    Dennis Hollier

    September, 2012
  49. The Economics of Recycling in Hawaii

    Scott Cooney

    August, 2012
  50. Inside the Honolulu Seawater Air Conditioning project

    Marcie Kagawa

    July, 2012
  51. 5 Steps to Becoming a Sustainable Business

    Scott Cooney

    June, 2012
  52. Gauging Green on the Valley Isle

    Jon Letman

    June, 2012
  53. Electric Car Range Anxiety

    Michael Hanson

    May, 2012
  54. Hawaii’s Natural Energy Laboratory fuels innovation

    Shara Enay

    November, 2011
  55. Syngenta Agrisure Artesian Corn is Drought-Resistant

    Jerry Burris

    September, 2011
  56. Hawaii Food and Wine Festival unlike mainland counterparts

    Hawaii Business magazine

    September, 2011
  57. Hawaii Beekeepers Overwhelmed by Three Pests

    Tiffany Edwards-Hunt

    September, 2011
  58. Growing Tilapia and Vegetables with Aquaponics

    Janel Lubanski

    August, 2011
  59. Solar Power Pays Off for Businesses

    Catherine E. Toth

    July, 2011
  60. Tesoro Hawaii Transforms Oil into Fuel

    Janel Lubanski

    July, 2011
  61. Architect Gerald Choi Integrates Solar Power in Home Design

    Beverly Creamer

    July, 2011
  62. Innovation: Kuehnle Algae Replaces Oil

    Janel Lubanski

    June, 2011
  63. Toxic Waste in Hawaii

    Dennis Hollier

    June, 2011
  64. Ask SmallBiz: Paying for a PV System

    JOSEPH SATURNIA, PRESIDENT, ISLAND PACIFIC ENERGY LLC

    April, 2011
  65. Olives: Hawaii’s Latest Farming Gamble

    Jill Engledow

    March, 2011
  66. What’s New in Hawaii’s Agriculture Scene?

    Joan Namkoong

    March, 2011
  67. More Than Just Farming

    Hawaii Business magazine

    November, 2010
  68. Innovation: A Cool Idea

    Greg Wiles

    November, 2010
  69. Geothermal’s Second Chance

    Shara Enay

    November, 2010
  70. SmallBiz Energy Makeover

    Shara Enay

    October, 2010
  71. Ask SmallBiz: Remodeling a Store and Being Green

    EVAN FUJIMOTO - GRAHAM BUILDERS

    July, 2010
  72. Innovation: Ship Harvests Ocean Water

    Mark Brislin

    July, 2010
  73. Innovation: Do-It-Yourself Sustainability

    Mark Brislin

    May, 2010
  74. Innovation: Using lasers to measure the wind

    Dennis Hollier

    April, 2010
  75. Spin Zone: Does Hawaii need more fishing regulations?

    Hawaii Business magazine

    April, 2010
  76. Building a Smart Grid

    Dennis Hollier

    April, 2010
  77. The Greenest Green House

    Jason Ubay

    February, 2008
  78. Parting Shot – Bedrock

    Hawaii Business magazine

    November, 2007
  79. Up on a (Green) Roof

    David K. Choo

    November, 2007
  80. Innovation: Petri to Petrol

    Cathy S. Cruz-George

    September, 2007
  81. Parting Shot – Dirty Job

    Hawaii Business magazine

    June, 2007
  82. Reduce Reuse Recycle

    David K. Choo

    June, 2007
  83. Talk Story with David Bylund

    Cathy S. Cruz

    June, 2007
  84. Parting Shot – Hokulea

    Hawaii Business magazine

    March, 2007
  85. Parting Shot – Catch of the Day

    Hawaii Business magazine

    February, 2007
  86. Parting Shot: O’ Christmas Tree

    HB - Author

    December, 2006
  87. Eat Your Veggies

    Keala Francis

    October, 2006
  88. An Inconvenient Shoreline

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    October, 2006
  89. The Coast Is Clear

    David K. Choo

    November, 2005
  90. Coming Out of their Shells

    Gail Miyasaki

    May, 2005
  91. Branding Beef

    Gail Miyasaki

    May, 2005
  92. Going to Seed

    Gail Miyasaki

    May, 2005
  93. Hawaii’s 7 Agriculture Myths

    Hawaii Business magazine

    April, 2005
  94. AgricultureTidbits

    Hawaii Business magazine

    April, 2005
  95. Farm Tour

    Hawaii Business magazine

    April, 2005
  96. Growing Growers

    Hawaii Business magazine

    April, 2005
  97. Q&A

    Hawaii Business magazine

    April, 2005
  98. Sticker Shock

    Maria Torres-Kitamura

    November, 2004
  99. Water For Life

    Maria Torres-Kitamura

    September, 2004
  100. Back In The Saddle

    David K. Choo

    August, 2004
  101. Sugar Substitute

    Jacy L. Youn

    August, 2004
  102. Leading The Herd

    David K. Choo

    May, 2004
  103. Floral Family

    Gail Miyasaki

    April, 2004
  104. Egging On

    Gail Miyasaki

    April, 2004
  105. Unwanted: Dead Or Alive

    David K. Choo

    April, 2004
  106. Moi to the World

    Hawaii Business magazine

    March, 2004
  107. March 2004 Q&A

    Hawaii Business magazine

    March, 2004
  108. Growing Excitement

    Hawaii Business magazine

    March, 2004
  109. Agriculture Tidbits

    Hawaii Business magazine

    March, 2004
  110. Blue Hawaii

    Hawaii Business magazine

    March, 2004
  111. Fruitful Business

    Hawaii Business magazine

    March, 2004
  112. The Buzz on Fuzz

    Cathy S. Cruz

    January, 2004
  113. Home Remedies

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  114. Research Notes

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  115. Fishing for a Cure

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  116. Perfecting the Pineapple

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  117. Letting the Sun Shine In

    David K. Choo

    January, 2004
  118. Echo Friendly

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  119. Keeping the Past Alive

    Alex Salkever

    January, 2004
  120. Siamese Orchids

    Huy Vo

    September, 2003
  121. Pest Control

    Ronna Bolante

    June, 2003
  122. Keen On Green

    Hawaii Business magazine

    June, 2003
  123. Agriculture: Paradise Flower Farm

    Hawaii Business magazine

    June, 2003
  124. Something Is Brewin

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    June, 2003
  125. Pedigree Portfolio

    Alex Salkever

    April, 2003
  126. Liquid Assets

    David K. Choo

    April, 2003
  127. Parting the Waters

    David K. Choo

    April, 2003
  128. Hawaii’s H20 History

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    April, 2003
  129. Earth, Wind And…Sea Water

    Cathy S. Cruz

    April, 2003
  130. Field of Dreams

    Alex Salkever

    March, 2003
  131. A Natural Way To Grow Profits

    Alex Salkever

    March, 2003
  132. King of the Corn

    Alex Salkever

    March, 2003
  133. Business Appeal

    Alex Salkever

    March, 2003
  134. Q&A: Sandra Lee Kunimoto

    Alex Salkever

    March, 2003
  135. The Honorable Ubiquitous Tomato

    Alex Salkever

    March, 2003
  136. Floral Frenzy

    Jacy L. Youn

    September, 2002
  137. Fruitful Business

    Ronna Bolante

    September, 2002
  138. Hydrogen

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    September, 2002
  139. Stewards of the Land

    Jacy L. Youn

    August, 2002
  140. Casting Their Net

    Ronna Bolante

    August, 2002
  141. Turning It On

    Kelli Abe Trifonovitch

    June, 2002
  142. ‘Til the cows come home

    David K. Choo

    April, 2002
  143. A True, Fish Story

    Cathy S. Cruz

    April, 2001
  144. A Pollution Solution

    Jacy L. Youn

    March, 2001
  145. The HTA Versus the Sierra Club

    David K. Choo

    March, 2001
  146. Watershed Event

    David K. Choo

    November, 2000
  147. Waste Not, Want Not

    Jacy L. Youn

    November, 2000