Joshua “Josh” Stanbro is the new program director for environment and sustainability at the Hawai’i Community Foundation.
Stanbro, previously principal of Creative Commons, an environmental consulting firm based in Boulder, Co.,
and Honolulu, was project manager for The Trust for Public Land from 2002 to 2007.
He earned a BA in Literature and History from Claremont McKenna College in 1993 and JD from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley in 2001. He has served on numerous boards and advisory boards
including Kanu Hawai’i, Island Climate Center at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa and Envision Hawai’i.
In 2005, Stanbro was selected as one of 5 young leaders in the conservation sector by Honolulu Weekly and
also received the Hawai’i Conservationist of the Year, Coral Reef Award.
Established in 1916, the Hawai’i Community Foundation is a statewide, charitable services and grantmaking
institution endowed with contributions from many donors.
The Foundation is a steward of more than 500
donor funds, including more than 150 scholarship funds, and distributes charitable funds to Hawai’i’s nonprofit organizations through a variety of programs. Hawai’i Community Foundation also serves as a resource on philanthropy, and community issues and trends.
The Environmental Law Program, William Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai`i, Manoa. Focus Hawai‘i: UH Climate Change Teach In. January 30, 2008. The event was held prior to the U.S. climate summit: the U.S.-initiated Major Economies Meeting at the East West Center on Jan. 30-31, 2008.
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