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How following Native Hawaiian practices can improve our chances of environmental restoration.
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How following Native Hawaiian practices can improve our chances of environmental restoration.

Exchange Avenue was created to unite neighbors with a shared goal of re-connecting the ancient supply lines that were once utilized by our ancestors, within systems like the Ahupua’a system. The Ahupua’a was an incredibly self-sustaining unit, and with proper direction, the needs of all could be met within its boundaries. Our mission is to...

Press Release: Exchange Ave: A modern-day barter and trade system
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Press Release: Exchange Ave: A modern-day barter and trade system

Contact Information: Exchange Ave Planit Vision & Branding 808-728-2812 hello@planitvisionbranding.com Release Date: [1/20/2022] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Exchange Ave: A modern-day barter and trade system Honolulu, Hi Who we are: Exchange Ave is a closed-loop app inspired by the Ahupua‘a system, an ancient Hawaiian land division that connects people from mountain to ocean to share goods,...

Empathy Accelerator at COP26: Community Voices – Session 1
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Empathy Accelerator at COP26: Community Voices – Session 1

From Empathy Accelerator: Our collective vision is to convene the most paradigm-shifting speakers and wisdom keepers to offer new perspectives on a regenerative future for world leaders and the attendees of the COP26. Collaborators & Organizers: The Black & Indigenous Liberation Movement, YOUNGA, If not Is then Who, Innovation 4.4, Voices of Wisdom from around...

Ahupua’a Economics: Hawai’i as a Model for the World
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Ahupua’a Economics: Hawai’i as a Model for the World

The focus of this show will be to introduce the Hawaii not many visitors and oftentimes’ Local residents don’t know, hear about or experience. We will feature guests that are “cultured” in certain aspects of Hawaiian culture to share their knowledge and Mana’o on what makes up our Native Hawaiian culture. The history, language, arts, education, and people. Guests will be Community leaders, artists, Kumu Hula, Kahu and everyday Hawaiian people.