Protecting Hawaii's natural & cultural resources since 1981
The Environmental Council is updating Hawaiʻi Administrative Rules (HAR) Chapter 11-200, Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Rules and is seeking public input. Click here to go to the rules update website.
HAR Chapter 11-200 establishes the procedures, content requirements, criteria, and definitions for implementing Hawaiʻi Revised Statutes (HRS) Chapter 343, the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) law.
To comment on Hawaii Administrative Rules Chapter 11-200 proposed changes on line click here.
To download the latest version 0.3, just released October 31, 2017, click here. Email comments to email@example.com
The Environmental Council anticipates reviewing Version 0.3 through the rest of November and releasing a Version 0.4 at the end of November for consideration for decision making in early December.
Click here to go to the rules update website, including the timeline, and sign up for email updates.
The Hawaii Department of Health’s Clean Water Branch has launched a new water quality alert notification system with user-friendly features to keep the community updated about our beaches throughout our islands. To access the new notification system click here. If you have any questions, contact the Clean Water Branch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The goal of this website is to inform and empower you as a citizen to fight for your right to free-flowing and clean water in the streams of your ahupua`a and to insist that corporations and government agencies follow Hawai’i’s laws to conserve and Hawai’i’s land, natural & cultural resources and historic sites.
All of us who call Hawai`i home have a role to play to protect Hawaii’s natural beauty and natural & cultural resources.
Read more about everyone’s duty to protect the environment in the Hawaii State Constitution, especially Article XI on Conservation, Control and Development of Resources.