October 29, 2017, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Carroll's guests are Michah Doane, Jonathan Doane, Stacie Doane and Jon Ross Auwae from Protectors of Paradise, a nonprofit organization dedicated to cleaning up the West Side of Oahu. Their mission is to assure protection and conservation of land, the community, and the wildlife from abusive activity, and preserve the beauty for future generations
before it is too late. There doesn't seem to be a priority for preserving the quality of life and beauty of the West Side of Oahu, and the effects are becoming very noticeable. Protectors of Paradise wants to change that.
Piles of trash and abandoned cars litter the roadsides and beaches of the West Side. Not only are they an unsightly blight on the community, they are dangerous to beachgoers and other users of the parks and roads, as well as to the total environment. It is becoming more and more difficult to clean up, particularly when the trash goes into the ocean and the oils
and other fluids seep into the ground. Once a pile starts, it seems to grow quickly and become a huge mess.
Carroll talks about how politicians and neighborhood boards are part of the problem.
People do care. Protectors of Paradise organizes cleanups, events and other ways you can volunteer and get involved with the community. The organization also educates people about swimming with dolphins, spray painting rocks and caves, and other activities that disturb the environment.
Click here for Protectors of Paradise on facebook. They can also be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 808-469-7333.
Respect your community and STOP THIS NOW!