Author: M. Kaulana Ing

Observing Innovators in Bloom

In 2050, students learn under the infinite sky. In each school complex, outdoor education hubs outnumber placid classrooms, each site a star in a constellation of learning spanning mauka to makai.

Oceania’s Climate Renaissance

Native Hawaiian artist, Solomon Enos creates a dynamic new Waikīkī in the year 2050, a place that has become an amazing model of climate change adaptation.

A Hub for Hydrogen Innovation

Imagine if geothermal energy pumps, airborne wind turbines and solar-powered facilities could power the life in our streams, the lights in our homes and the transportation of goods across the ocean.

Food Powered by ʻĀina

Native Hawaiian self-reliance provides a template for imagining a future of innovative stewardship of our natural resources in part two of Hawai‘i of Tomorrow, a six-part series presented by Hawaiian Electric.

The Tranquility of Transportation

Local artist Kimberlie Clinthorne-Wong, envisions a Hawai’i of 2050 where electric transportation means shorter commute times, more gardens and green spaces, and the sounds of bird-song and laughter instead of the roar of today’s traffic.