The greatest idea in the world is worth nothing
unless something is done with it. For example, my dad is convinced he has an invention that would greatly reduce head-on car collisions…but, none one’s ever heard of it, because he has never tried to market it. After all, doing so would be time and resource- consuming, and well, there’s a swell on the north shore tomorrow. So knowing what a giant hassle it is to get ideas out there, I applaud anyone who makes an effort to turn their pipe dreams into a reality.
On Tuesday, January 26th, from 7-8:30 PM, at Kihei Charter School,
State Representative Mele Carrol, Chair of the Hawaii Affairs Committee and Chair of the Legislative Hawaiian Caucus, will be holding an event to discuss how to promote real change in our sustainable future. This is the second event in a series called “Public Advocacy 101.” The first one was held by State Senator Gary Hooser in August. Even if you missed the first one, it is certainly not too late to jump on the bandwagon.
The more people who get involved in sustainability activism, the less likely it is that within a few years we’ll run out of drinking water and drown in rising oceans. (Alright, maybe I’m being a little bit dramatic, but sustainability really isn’t just a joke or a convincing campaign platform that later is impossible to follow up on. (see below)
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