SS voices opposition to invasive species eradication. Reminds us we are all invasive species.
RK is proud of his work implementing the Legacy Lands Conservation Fund, paid for with conveyance taxes.
MW reminds us that we need to maintain a ballance between all the components within our environment Â They are interconnected.
MHale questions RK why geothermal drilling is allowed underneath Leilani. RK responds that he feels there wasn’t enough public input in the process at the time the project was improved.
LMc indicates his support for nuclear power on the Big Island.
M Hapai reminds us that biological controls for invasive species are problematic and have unintended consequenses.
MW raises the issue of the landfill and the consequenses left from dumping Â 50 years ago.
SS suggests using coquis for economic development, like Puerto Rico.
Kokobun touches upon infrastructure for economic development–finally!
Kokobun clarifies the purpose of Hawaii 2050 as a philosophy to plan beyond our lifetimes and not for the moment.
Marzi reflects on the expense of education. and the importance of access.
McIntosh asks how we can fund cheaper education without raising taxes.
Hale responds by implementing technology.we can reduce costs.