Thinking like an island navigating a sustainable future in hawaii edited by jennifer chirico and gregory s farley paperback 2800 isbn 13 9780824876661 published july 2018 add to cart hardback 7000 isbn 13 9780824847616 published april 2015 add to cart additional information university of hawaii press 284 pages 4 maps 11 bw illustrations share about the book . This collection of case studies is a road map to help other isolated communities island and mainland navigate their own paths to sustainability and establishes hawaii as a model from which other communities can draw inspiration practical advice and hope for the future. Every hawaii resident and visitor who is interested in a sustainable future should read this book more than just a blueprint for hawaiis future thinking like an island challenges readers to examine the meaning and purpose of sustainable living. Hawaii is a rare and special place in which beauty and isolation combine to form a vision of paradise that isolation though comes at a price resources in modern day hawaii are strained and expensive and current economic models dictate that the hawaiian islands are reliant upon imported food fuels and other materials yet the islands supported a historic hawaiian population of a
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