Jeffrey Mikulina

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Jeffrey Mikulina, is presently the executive director of the Blue Planet Foundation. He is the former Director of the 5,100-member Hawaii chapter of the Sierra Club which he led for nine years. Mikulina is a staunch advocate for the environment, energy independence and energy efficiency.

Mikulina as part a coalition groups lobbied aggressively for the passage of the Legacy Lands Act during the 2005 session of the Hawaii State Legislature. The Legacy Lands Act has since been signed into law.

Mikulina has also has been a strong supporter of the Hawaii Bottle Bill and the City & County of Honolulu Curbside Recycling.

The Sierra Club and Public Access Shoreline Hawaii pushed the Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources into setting shoreline boundaries rules that better protect public lands.

External Links

  • Leone, Diana. He walks softly to protect the sticks -- JEFF MIKULINA Honolulu Star-Bulletin, January 15, 2005.
  • Coleman, Stuart. Uphill sustainability -- Jeff Mikulina discusses the Sierra Club's past and future Honolulu Weekly, September 24, 2008.
  • Wagner, Peter. Sierra Club sues for tourism environmental impact statement -- The suit cites a Hawaii law requiring a study before spending public money Honolulu Star-Bulletin, January 13, 2000.
  • Finnegan, Tom. Groups drop shoreline suit State Land Board officials agree to rework rules defining where a public shoreline begins Honolulu Star-Bulletin, December 13, 2005.
  • Mikulina, Jeff. 1950s planning and politics for 21st century Honolulu Star-Bulletin, October 31, 2005.
  • Dingeman, Robbie. Curbside recycling plan on agenda Honolulu Advertiser, February 7, 2006
  • Mikulina, Jeff. Gathering Place: Think outside the barrel for Hawaii's energy future Honolulu Star-Bulletin, December 31, 2006.
  • Shikina, Rob. Oil tax debate overrides debut of Clean Energy Day Honolulu Star-Bulletin, July 29,2009.
  • Mikulina, Jeff. Youth project draws the line against climate change Honolulu Star-Bulletin, October 24, 2009.
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