Hawaiian Airlines Supports Kyoto Gaidaini High School for Learning about Marama Hawaii Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Hawaii

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Hawaiian Airlines Supports Kyoto Gaidaini High School for Learning about Marama Hawaii Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Hawaii
Hawaiian Airlines (Headquarters: Honolulu, President and CEO: Peter Ingram) employee volunteer group “Team Kokua” is in cooperation with the Hawaii Tourism Board and Honolulu City and County. On November 17, local time in Hawaii, we supported an event in which 98 students from Kyoto Gaidai Nishi High School experienced beach cleaning at Ala Moana Beach Park.
The students, who arrived in Honolulu on a Hawaiian Airlines flight from Osaka on November 16th for a special study trip, focused on the threat of marine plastic litter to the marine environment and visited Marama Hawaii (Hawaii) as part of the study trip. I learned about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through an experience that leads to a caring heart.
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Students from Kyoto Gaidai Nishi High School participating in a beach cleanup Shunsuke, a 17-year-old from the school, said, “Thank you to Hawaiian Airlines for giving me this opportunity. I was thrilled to see how supportive the Hawaiian community is in advancing their sustainability efforts. Japan I hope other people will follow suit,” he said. This is the second time Team Kokua has held an event with the students of Kyoto Gaidaisoni High School. This year, Hawaiian Airlines Japan employees worked with the school’s students to clean up Shirarahama Beach in Wakayama Prefecture, which is the sister beach of Waikiki Beach.
Hawaiian Airlines will continue to implement programs to support the SDGs activities of Japanese schools through activities such as beach cleaning.
“Hawaiian Airlines was able to work with Kyoto Gaidai Nishi High School to provide a unique hands-on learning experience for their students,” said Takaya Shishido, Hawaiian Airlines Japan Branch Manager. Through this experience, I believe that the students understood the importance of cherishing both the islands of Hawaii and Japan, where we live, and the sea that connects us.” I’m here. ■ About Hawaiian Airlines
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