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Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii clean up Mauka to Makai from the air

  What a day, that rain out there, yeah those are Earths tears of joy. The combined work of over 500 volunteers on April 19th resulted in 700 native plants given life into the land (aina), 260 buckets of coral weighing in at a total of 7,800 pounds added to fortify the fishponds walls, an uncountable …


EARTH DAY – April 19th Mauka to Makai Cleanup

For Earth Day this year we will be attempting a truly remarkable feat of cleaning from mauka to makai near Kualoa Ranch. Along with beach cleanups around the East Side of Oahu, we will be venturing higher and lower into the ahupua’a to teach participants that clean beaches are not only accomplished through physical cleaning, …


Fundraiser a little over a week away!

Tickets and Tables still available for our Annual I heART the Ocean Fundraiser. Our caterer has been set, our music is gonna be awesome, Kona Brewing Company and Barefoot Wines are offering 1 complimentary drink and great prices on additional drinks, and the marine debris fashion show has some epic outfits being created. Get your …


Wanderlust Festival comes to Hawaii and features a Beach Cleanup hosted by Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii

Join Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii on an adventure to a deserted beach where we will show the Kahuku Coastline some love by removing as much marine debris as we can. We will be recycling most of the debris through our partnership with Method Home and also collecting debris to create art during the Wanderlust Festival and …


Upcoming Events

Tomorrow January 30th we are hosting a cleanup with St. Louis High School (JR. Class) to honor Chaminade Day of Service and to remove as much micro plastic as possible. Feel free to join us at Kalama Beach Park in Kailua, weather permitting, 10AM to Noon. Last year we also worked with St. Louis High …


Hau’oli Makahiki Hou!

Wow 2013 was amazing! With the help of thousands of volunteers we removed tons of debris off the coastlines. We also presented to nearly 1500 students, educating them about the detriments of marine debris, over consumption of plastic, and most importantly inspiring them to become coastal stewards. We want to thank all the volunteers that …


Vans Triple Crown of Surfing – Reducing Waste with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii

Earlier this month we got a call from a fellow non-profit called Sustainable Surf in regards to assisting at the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing and after speaking with them and Vans, we were invited to be incorporated officially into the Triple Crown. Our duties would be to build 5 trash diversion stations, keep them …


November 9th! Da Hui 9th Annual BEACH CLEANUP

The 9th Annual Da Hui Cleanup is this Saturday. Join us as we attempt to clean from Haleiwa to Kahuku with as many people as possible. Tell your friends and family, your co-workers, or that dude in the lineup next to you. Buses will be going towards Sunset and towards Kahuku. You are free to …


Reflections from Jamaica

Nutrient loss, Waste Water, and Marine Debris are such big issues that the United Nations has decided that their Environmental Program needs to have a conference to specifically address them. Yet, after years of discussion and the hard work of NGO’s around the world, the problem continues to get worse. Kailua Beach, Oahu – Sand …


A Great INT’L Coastal Cleanup Day

Around the world, this past Saturday, communities were coming together to take care of their coastlines. Our focus was the West side of Oahu, specifically Nanakuli, Maili Beach, Pokai Bay, and Makaha. The types of trash found during the cleanup was a diverse mix with cigarette butts being, once again, the number 1 thing found …