Passing Resolution 19-283.
So that taxpayers and businesses are not the only ones to burden the cost of combating climate change, the City and County of Honolulu is on a mission to hold fossil fuel corporations accountable
HYCC and our involvement in Bill 40.
Through the lead of our Advocacy Director Dyson Chee, we played a pivotal role in one of the most comprehensive plastic bans
in the country.
How we worked to pass Bill 25.
Bill 25, a City and County of Honolulu bill to modernize
our building codes
for climate resiliency.
The last coal plant in the State of Hawaiʻi.
In order to ensure that toxic coal dust is kept out of our communities,
we are on a mission to be
coal-free by 2023.
Passing a strong Bill 65
To ensure that the City and County
of Honolulu continues to effectively tackle the climate crisis in a just
and equitable manner, we need
to codify the Resilience Office
Vote YES On 2
As a youth organization, we support the establishment of a City and County of Honolulu Youth Commission and urged voters to vote YES on ballot measure #2.
The Vote16HI Coalition
As a leading organization of the Vote16HI Coalition, we recognize the intersectionality of youth rights and climate justice.
Passing Resolution 21-105
We need a detailed, codified plan to lower carbon emissions across the city. The Climate Action Plan, or Resolution 21-105, does just that.
Shut down the Red Hill fuel tanks
As a member of the Shut Down Red Hill Coalition, we demand that the United States Navy drain and remove the leaky tanks immediately.