We provide unified leadership, advocacy, and collaborative action to conserve and restore native ecosystems and the unique biodiversity of our islands.
What We Do
1. There is vital capacity and leadership in the Hawaiian islands to effectively conserve and restore native ecosystems and species.
2. Conservation in Hawaii is grounded in and guided by Hawaiian knowledge, values, and practice, contributing to an inclusive culture of conservation.
3. Native ecosystems are healthy and productive, native species thrive, and ecosystem services are valued and protected.
4. Existing and emerging threats to native species and ecosystems, including climate change and invasive species, are effectively addressed.