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WHERE WE GO AFTER WE DIE

1:1

Ratio of cremations to burials in
Hawai‘i in 1980.


2:1

Ratio of cremations to burials in
Hawai‘i in 2003.



COMMUTING

32.5

Number of miles the
average driver in Honolulu clocks daily.


65.2

Number of miles the
average driver in Atlanta, the most expensive city for driving, clocks daily.


4.2 million

Number of gallons of gas that could be saved annually if all Honolulu office workers were allowed to telecommute.

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