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Sustainable Living on the Island of Molokai
With only 8000 residents and a wealth of natural resources the island of Molokai represents a place with great potential for sustainable living. In fact, many residents are already utilizing this potential in creative ways.
Molokai faces some difficult challenges, like dependency on oil, a need for imported goods, and a high cost of living. Can Molokai overcome these obstacles and become a truly sustainable community?
Visit with families and businesses on Molokai that practice sustainability and see how it benefits them and their community. Learn how some pursue sustainability through new technologies while others find it through ancient Hawaiian practices.
(For private home use. Institutional use prohibited without permission.)
Walter Ritte, Pilipo Solatorio, Jaia & Malia Waits, John Wordin, Levi Yamazaki-Gray