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Earthjustice: 30 Years in Hawaiʻi

In the fall of 2018, Earthjustice's Mid-Pacific office in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi celebrated — alongside our clients and partners — 30 years of fighting for what makes Hawaiʻi special. Take a look back at just a few of the Mid-Pacific office's accomplishments:

The Hawaiian Islands are an evolutionary and cultural wonder. The Mid-Pacific regional office is fighting habitat destruction, overfishing and harmful sonar use, while also helping Hawaiʻi’s leading solar industry shine through.

Located in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, the Mid-Pacific regional office works on a range of environmental and community health issues, including: ensuring water is a public trust, not private property; achieving a cleaner energy future; protecting Pacific wildlife and ecosystems; and safeguarding public health. Learn more at the Mid-Pacific regional office's page.

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