The cost of keeping a golf course looking good has traditionally required massive amounts of water, fertilizers, and toxic pesticides that have been doing great damage to the environment. But as sustainable practices become more popular across the globe, many golf facilities go green.
The Hawaiian Legislature passed a bill this week setting a goal for the state of reaching 100% renewable power by 2045. If approved by Governor David Ige, Hawaii will be the first state to officially aim for generating all of its electricity from renewable resources. New York and California have had longer standing initiatives to reduce emissions by 2050 below 80% of the levels from 1990, but no bill to date is as ambitious as Hawaii’s.