Sustainability

Cover Image: One of the many water refill stations installed at Bishop Museum to fulfill our pledge to be a plastic-free campus.

Change happens best when it first happens within. Working with dedicated representatives from across all major departments of the museum, and open to all interested staff, we created our Sustainability Hui. The hui meets bi-monthly to see how we can implement changes within our own offices to continue adopting sustainable practices across our campus. Within this hui we have a number of ‘Sustainability Champions’, staff who spearhead and go above and beyond to develop and implement new sustainable practices across our campus.

The Sustainability Blogs explore and celebrate these amazing staff and their projects, as well as highlighting the incredible external partners we work with across Hawai‘i.

Food Resiliency in Hawaiʻi

Food Resiliency in Hawaiʻi Back to Sustainability Blogs Cover Image: Clyde Imada, botany research specialist, teaching Bishop Museum docents about Native Hawaiian Plants. Food Resiliency

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Change Happens Best, When It First Happens Within

Change Happens Best, When It First Happens Within By Amber Jacroux Bixel, Director of Sales & Events  Home Page An expression from ʻŌlelo Noʻeau: Hawaiian Proverbs & Poetical Sayings states, “He aliʻi ka ʻāina; he kauā ke kanaka — The

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Food Resiliency in Hawaiʻi

Food Resiliency in Hawaiʻi Back to Sustainability Blogs Cover Image: Clyde Imada, botany research specialist, teaching Bishop Museum docents about Native Hawaiian Plants. Food Resiliency

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Change Happens Best, When It First Happens Within

Change Happens Best, When It First Happens Within By Amber Jacroux Bixel, Director of Sales & Events  Home Page An expression from ʻŌlelo Noʻeau: Hawaiian Proverbs & Poetical Sayings states, “He aliʻi ka ʻāina; he kauā ke kanaka — The

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