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As Honolulu mayor, Mufi Hannemann pushed for rail as a means of taking cars off the roads and oversaw the introduction of curbside recycling and sewer system upgrades. Would he protect the state's natural resources?
We've looked at their water bills and asked to look at how they practice sustainability at home, and we've heard about their platforms and promises. Now Civil Beat asks: How do the environmental records of Neil Abercrombie and Mufi Hannemann compare?