Sustainability event participants

Aloha and welcome to Honolulu Community College's sustainability page! Here you will find information on HonCC campus initiatives and activities related to sustainability, along with links to other sites useful and interesting to those committed to sustainability.

Our goal is to make this an informative resource for the entire HonCC community as we focus on our campus commitment to sustainability in educational offerings and operations.

If you have any questions, information to share, or suggestions for how the campus can improve, please get in touch with the HonCC Sustainability Coordinator, Cynthia Smith.

Together, we can make a difference.

Honolulu Community College Sustainability

Sustainability News

For the past few weeks we have been sharing with you tips on how you can reduce waste (i.e., canceling junk mail, turning off the water when you...
Posted: October 5, 2017
Have you ever wondered: How much electricity HonCC is using? How many carbon emissions are being offset by solar power generation? How much rainfall...
Posted: September 28, 2017
While approximately ¾ (71%) of the Earth’s surface is water, and more than 95% of the word’s ocean holds all of the planet’s water[1], less than 3%...
Posted: September 21, 2017

Sustainability Events

“Where the Water Walks”

There will be a talk given by John Delay (PhD, Geography) on Wednesday, October 11, from 1:30-2:30 PM. It will take place in the Library.

The title is John will be sharing descriptions and videos of his work in studying the hydrologic cycle in Hawaiʻi and addressing implications of climate change for the islands.

This talk is part of the campus focus on water topics this year, and also a reflection of the fact October 9-15 is ‘Global Climate Change Week’. There will be some light refreshments.

*Please* come and encourage your students to come, perhaps even offer extra credit options for attendance and learning about what is presented. Regardless of what you teach, these are issues that impact, and are of urgent concern to, our students.

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