Created by members of the ‘Ewa community, Hui o Hoʻohonua’s (HOH) primary mission is to end the perpetuation of historical trauma to the land, water, and people in the ‘Ewa Moku. The development of their mission was motivated by observations of environmental neglect and pollution in Pearl Harbor (Puʻuloa), as well as the social needs of the people who live in the surrounding moku. HOH is described as a community stewardship networking organization. HOH started the Mālama Puʻuloa initiative, which includes the complete restoration of the sacred Puʻuloa (Pearl Harbor) starting with the streams, wetlands, shores, and historic fishponds at Kapapapuhi Point Park.
The projects featured reflect our cumulative portfolio and include several projects that have since stopped producing certified credits, may be pending credit issuance, or are under development. More information about our process can be found here.