Future of the Environment

How Hawaii plans to be the first US state to run entirely on clean energy

A surfer walks on the reef to paddle out at the surf spot "Rocky Point" near Sunset beach on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii October 20, 2011. Hawaii is the first state to make surfing a credited high school sport program and it will be implemented in 2013. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT EDUCATION)

The Hawaiian government launched their clean energy initiative in 2008. Image: REUTERS/Hugh Gentry

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