The Hawaii Forum on Bioeconomy is a fast-paced and multi-disciplinary conference on sustainable energy and environment. The Forum will focus on the global perspective of the bioeconomy, biopower, and biofuel production vital for Hawaii, Asia and for the World. The bioeconomy is also key to achieving the UN sustainable Development Goals, including the Cop21 agreement to address climate change.
Developments in the bioeconomy are moving ahead fast in the world. Hawaii Forum 2017 will provide a strategic agenda and a shared commitment to shape the bioeconomy through collaboration.
David Y. Ige, Governor, State of Hawaii
Lorraine R. Inouye, Chair,
Hawaii Senate Transportation and Energy Committee
Chris Lee, Chair,
Energy & Environmental Protection, Hawaii State Representative
Jane A. Sawyer, District Director,
US Small Business Administration, Hawaii District
- January 24, 2017 at 2pm – 5pm
Hawaii State Capitol
415 S Beretania St
Honolulu, HI 96813
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