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Our Mission
The UHMC Sustainable Committee is committed to optimizing Maui’s economy by helping people build skills that are compatible with the community’s cultural choices and economic aspirations; developing Maui as an exemplary and prosperous island; sharing eco-effective methods with other communities throughout the world; and serving as a living laboratory and classroom for building and managing holistic communities.
Core Values
UHMC SC aims to help guide community decision making processes in harmony with the cultural values and principles sustaining the Hawaiian culture and environment. HHMC SC development paradigm is based on three fundamental values of sustainable development:

Equity – Strengthen the social support system and develop and enable people to improve the quality and vitality of the community
Ecology – Care for, protect, preserve and enhance the environment
Economy – Optimize financial investment and generate sustainable profits to enable individuals and companies to thrive

Vision
UHMC Sustainability Committee strives to be the premier institution for fostering sustainable, innovative methods of community development and management. The Institute draws students not only from Maui, but also from the entire state of Hawai’i and around the world to learn about and apply the sustainable sciences. These sciences are grounded in the watershed management system and draw inspiration from the Native Hawaiian land management system embodied in the ahupua’a. The Institute serves as a catalyst to make the island of Maui a prototype for the development of sustainable island communities.