Tiny Homes on Kauai; Hawaii Technology Development / 80/80 Initiative; Climate Change/Hawaiian Fishpond Aquaculture; Aloha Harvest
Robin Puanani Danner is the Chairman of the Sovereign Councils of the Hawaiian Homelands Assembly. We’re checking back with her to see how the Homestead Housing Authority’s tiny homes pilot project has been doing.
Into music: Bus Rider by John Swihart
Outro Music: Kom Terug by Spinvis
The High Tech Development Corporation has been working toward the 80/80 initiative---acting as an incubator to hatch new businesses to help create jobs that will help keep out best and brightest here at home or attract Hawaii transplants back to the islands. Robbie Melton, Executive Director, joins us to explain.
Intro music: Cyanide Sisters by Com Truise
Outro Music: Come On Eileen by Dexy's Midnight Runners
It’s been a long time coming but renters will now get the chance to share the benefits of solar tax credits. It was originally limited to property owners. Stewart Yerton talks about his story and the lastest solar developments.
Outro Music: Fleur Tropicale by Francis Bebey
We have seen a resurgence by the Native Hawaiian community to protect the remaining fish ponds in the islands. Now, new research is shedding light on what needs to be done as the cultural resource is under threat by climate change.
Outro music: New Track by Francis Bebey
Kuulei Williams is the executive director of Aloha Harvest. The non-profit shares its goals for the upcoming year and an upcoming milestone.
Intro music: Canned Tomatoes (Whole) by Courtney Barrnett
Outro Music: Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People