If you plan to move to Hawai'i be careful. Your existence there may help make native plants, birds, and people become extinct. Read his letter below:
How many more people can isles take?
"Imagine a pristine tropical island, with white sandy beaches as far as the eye can see and waves playing along the coastline, inviting you in to surf, snorkel and swim, while lush green landscaped mountains await you with breathtaking scenic vistas and hiking trails.
A world power notices business opportunities and the strategic military location of the island, then takes control of it, and entrepreneurs come in and build hotels to beckon tourists. What was once a place of beauty becomes a developer's paradise, with hotels, high-rises, condos, tract subdivisions and freeways emerging.
Inching along the freeway becomes almost unbearable. Is rail transit the solution? It might be and possibly not, as in many cities where motorists chose to drive their cars rather than ride the rail, which became an eyesore and added billions of dollars in debt to their communities. To keep electricity rates down, will a windmill farm be constructed in the waters off Waikiki? When will we reach the last straw? After Diamond Head is leveled to make way for new high-rises, and the leftover dirt is used to fill in the Ala Wai canal to construct the Hawaii Raceway Park East?
Seen at http://starbulletin.com/2004/11/20/editorial/letters.html