The Hawaii state government is facing the possibility of a water crisis, and as a result, water quality is being compromised.
Water quality in Hawaii is being degraded by overfishing and the pollution of the aquifer, according to the state.
According to a recent report, the state has the second highest amount of marine debris in the world after China.
In addition to this, the Hawaiian Islands’ coastline has seen a massive increase in marine pollution.
The state has been under fire for its handling of the contamination, with some blaming the governor and his staff for not taking measures to address the problem.
According in a statement, the governor’s office has been working with the federal government to establish a new federal water quality program to address water pollution.
“The governor’s administration has been very transparent in its response to this situation,” said state Sen. Bill Darr, a Democrat from Hawaii who is chairing a committee investigating the matter.
“The governor has been committed to addressing this issue.
The governor has committed to working with federal officials to address this issue, and he’s committed to doing the right thing.”
In the wake of the announcement, the Hawaii Department of Health said it has been “in close communication” with the Department of Environmental Management, the Department the State of Hawaii, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to establish new protocols to protect the state from environmental contamination.
In addition, the Honolulu mayor’s office announced plans to start a new campaign called “Protecting Hawaii’s Drinking Water,” and has set up a hotline number to help residents find out how to contact the agency.
The governor, however, has continued to ignore calls to halt his actions.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported that the governor has ignored calls to address his actions and the water crisis.