Foundations for Hawaiâ€˜iâ€™s Green Economy: Economic Trends in Hawaiâ€˜i Agriculture, Energy, and Natural Resource Management
This report provides the first comparison of standard economic indicators for three sectors that are key to future sustainability in Hawaiâ€˜i - renewable energy, agriculture and natural resource management. Economic information has long been collected for many sectors in Hawaiâ€˜i, including agriculture and energy, but no systematic surveys have been conducted on the NRM sector to date. With support from The Nature Conservancy and Hauâ€˜oli Mau Loa Foundation, the University of Hawaiâ€˜i Economic Research Organization was tasked with characterizing this important part of Hawaiâ€˜iâ€™s economy, in terms of number and types of jobs, salaries, and annual expenditures.
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