Please watch our new 60-second spot on KHNL:
Friends of Lana’i recently launched a 60 second television commercial on Hawaii’s KHNL’s 5:00 PM news.
Aimed at making its case with O’ahu residents and ratepayers, FOL talks about the uniqueness of Lana’i and the irresponsible costs that would be borne by rate and taxpayers for a wind power plant that provides nothing...
Laura Israel’s new film, Windfall, is now available on iTunes and Amazon. Watch what happens when a wind developer tried to supplement a rural farm town’s failing economy with another kind of “farm” — that of 40 industrial wind turbines. This “green” proposal divides the community of Meredith, New York — just as Big Wind has divided Lana‛i. A...
Lana’i is a small, rural Hawaiian island facing the imposition of an enormous industrial wind power plant (170 turbines, each 410’ tall) on one-quarter of its land. Listen to Lana’i residents talk about the impacts of that invasion, hear commentary from government officials and learn about wind power from national experts.
“Haku Mo’olelo,” “writing stories,” is about stories that are being written or have been written. It appears every Friday in the Maui News.
July 22, 2011
By EDWIN TANJI (firstname.lastname@example.org) , For The Maui News
With Lanai residents paying some of the highest fuel prices in the country, the island has potential to set the pace for Hawaii in shucking...
Friends of Lana'i recently launched a 60 second television commercial on Hawaii's KHNL's 5:00 PM news. Aimed at making its case with O'ahu residents and ratepayers, FOL talks about the uniqueness of Lana'i and the irresponsible costs that would be borne by rate and taxpayers for a wind power plant that provides nothing for Lana'i while providing less than 5% of O'ahu's electricity requirements.
What Can You Do?
Call the Governor : 808-586-0034
Tell him: “NO WINDMILLS ON LANA’I”
The following are comments from the petition to tell Hawai`i state governor Abercrombie and members of the Hawaii State Legislature to stop Big Wind on Lana’i and Moloka’i and to support decentralized...
Friends of Lana’i learned that Castle & Cooke wrote a follow-up note to the legislative visitors with much mis-information and distortion. To set the record straight, Friends of Lana’i submitted this report...
Take a day and night 2 minute tour of the beauty of Keahiakawelo as seen through the eyes of photographer Grant Kaye. See and hear for yourself why this ancient land, the proposed Lana’i site of hundreds of 410’ tall wind turbines, should not be destroyed in the name of green greed.
Donate to Friends of Lana`i
These organizations have either adopted a resolution opposing the undersea cable proposed to carry wind-generated power from Lana’i and Moloka'i to O'ahu, or have recognized the historic and environmental value of the proposed site on Lana’i: