Climate Action Coalition takes action to sequester carbon

  • Sari Pastore / Special to The Garden Island

    Volunteers plant trees near the Makauwahi Cave Reserve at Maha‘ulepu in order to sequester carbon dioxide, the major green house gas.

  • Sari Pastore / Special to The Garden Island

    The next volunteer sapling planting at the Makauwahi Cave Reserve at Maha‘ulepu is Saturday, Aug. 20. Advance registration is required due to the area being regulated. Here, volunteers with the Kaua‘i Climate Action Coalition and others plant saplings to sequester carbon dioxide.

MAHA‘ULEPU — Capturing the carbon was a main objective of a recent tree planting project at Makauwahi Cave Reserve in Po‘ipu, according to John Latkiewicz, one of the organizers from the Kaua‘i Climate Action Coalition.

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