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Earth Day Totals

On April 20th 2013 Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii and Sea Life Park hosted The Earth Day Beach Cleanup and Arts & Music Festival. With the help of many other organizations, the event became the largest beach cleanup in Hawaii history! The totals are in and are listed below: Participants: 1,073 Trash: approx 4,500 lbs. Recycled: through […]

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North Shore Cleanup – March 2nd

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Zones are set, which one will you choose?

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Surfrider Clean Up was Awesome, albiet nasty

This past Sunday we went down to the Ala Wai to help out Surfrider Foundation with their clean up. We brought down a few bamboo poles to pull stuff out of the Ala Wai but they ended up being no match for the nasty treasures that didn’t want to leave the canal. Thanks to Surfrider […]

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Kaiser High School Talk – Breakfast Club

Mr. Lawrence, who I accidentally called Josh during our talk which was accompanied by a bunch of chuckles, invited Sustainable Coastlines to speak to a library packed with students between the ages of 15-18.  It was our goal to promote our next beach clean up and to inspire the students to care for their own […]

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Punahou Cleans Kualoa

Punahou School sent out a few dedicated Luke Center team members to clean Kualoa Beach Park.  They did it just in time for Hokulea to be able to start their State Wide Sail from a nice clean beach.  We wanted to thank them for preparing the beach and park along with thank them for auditing […]

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Staycation

We found an epic place to stay up at Turtle Bay for the weekend.  That way we won’t have to make the journey back to town.  Perhaps you can too.  Reward yourself with a nice relaxing staycation on the North Shore.  We got ours on www.vrbo.com but you can also go through the Hotel.  Tell […]

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Get Involved

Help the environment

There are a lot of things you can do to reduce your impact on the environment yourself. Plastic bags for instance have a huge impact.

Why not bring your own while shopping?

What can I do?

Join us for these events!

  • March
    1
    Wanderlust Cleanup at Kahuku Beach
  • April
    19
    Earth Day at Kualoa
  • Summer time
    TBD
    TOWN CLEANUP

Host your own cleanup

Interested in hosting a beach clean up?

If so, here is a good overview to planning and implementing a successful beach clean up.

You can always email us too at info@sustainablecoastlineshawaii.org.

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