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Environmentally friendly and socially responsible event planning & coordination of your earth-friendly activity.   Our priorities are your needs & tastes implemented in a fun, yet classy manner. 
 
Welcome to GreenEventsHawaii.com


As a company we have been planning & coordinating events, weddings, receptions & boat charters
for close to a quarter century here in Hawaii

In this day and age of global warming and diminishing resources there comes a time when one needs to examine ones business practices and be sure they are in harmony with the planet's agenda.    We have recently evaluated our operations and found we were already doing all the right things the past 20+ years.  From recycling whenever possible to using group transportation to move parties around the Island, to using outdoor venues rather than air conditioned hotel banquent rooms to operating sailing vessels rather than petroleum guzzling motor craft we have been riding the green wave long before it became politically correct.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 November 2007 )
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Sustainable Ecosystems and Community News - ENN
Sustainable Ecosystems and Community News - ENN
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