The Aloha+ Challenge is a statewide commitment to achieve six interconnected sustainability goals for 2030, and is recognized as a localized framework for the global United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
With its temperate weather and vibrant coral reefs, it’s no surprise that Hawai‘i attracts 9.4 million tourists every year. But because of climate change and human pollution, the islands are in danger of losing the very thing that makes them so appealing: nature.
This image is only a static snapshot taken from one of these 6 sustainability goals from February 8, 2019. Dashboard measures statewide progress on Hawai‘i’s sustainability goals. Click on the hyperlink to go directly to the real time data collection. Learn about the big data science behind this