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Ms. Irene Bowie

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"The Superferry rears its ugly head," ..., 5 June 2014 [cached]
"The Superferry rears its ugly head," said Irene Bowie, executive director of the Maui Tomorrow Foundation, a nonprofit. "We're not against a ferry system. We're saying these types of ferries around the world have problems."
When the ferry was in operation, people from Oahu loaded up trucks with pohaku stones, which are found in rivers and used in outdoor underground ovens, Bowie said. More needs to be done to ensure that invasive species wouldn't be ferried from one island to another, but she would support the creation of a task force to find an environmentally appropriate ferry system, she said.
Hannemann said he would hold community meetings to address those concerns.
Hannemann is running for governor as an Independent, and he faces no opponent in the primary election.
Irene Bowie, Non ..., 13 May 2013 [cached]
Irene Bowie, Non Profit
Irene Bowie is a 33-year resident of Maui. She served as Vice President of the Maui chapter of the American Cetacean Society in the late 1970's and was a founding member, in 1980, of Pacific Whale Foundation. She has worked with a number of environmental organizations in Hawai'i over the years and joined Maui Tomorrow Foundation as executive director in early 2007.
Kahului Rotary - Newsletter - Archive (Apr 30, 2007), 30 April 2007 [cached]
Speaking at Kahului Rotary's meeting on April 30, 2007 will be Irene Bowie, who was recently-hired to be the executive director of Maui Tomorrow Foundation.  Established more than 18 years ago, Maui Tomorrow is a non-profit organization dedicated to the responsible planning and sound management of Maui's natural and cultural resources.
Ms. Bowie is a 30 year resident of Maui.  She was vice-president of the Maui chapter of the American Cetacean Society in the late 1970s and was a founder of Pacific Whale Foundation in 1980. Irene has background in marketing and public relations, operated a boutique advertising agency, Beyond the Reef Marketing, from 1990 to 2000, working with a number of environmental organizations. She served as managing director of Pacific Whale Foundation from 2002 to 2005 and was the director of development for Imua Family Services prior to joining Maui Tomorrow. Irene is married to Maui News' "Shave Ice" columnist, Tom Stevens, and has served on the board of directors of the Maui Dharma Center since 2002.
"To make complaints about violations, the ..., 28 Sept 2013 [cached]
"To make complaints about violations, the department says they need complete information - time, location, photos," says Irene Bowie, Maui Tomorrow's executive director.
"We were very happy," said Irene ..., 16 Oct 2008 [cached]
"We were very happy," said Irene Bowie, executive director of Maui Tomorrow, one of the three community organizations that opposed allowing the Superferry to run before all environmental risks are assessed.
Bowie was hopeful that the Supreme Court would invalidate the exemption law, which should result in reinstating the injunction until an environmental impact statement is accepted.
A draft EIS on the harbor improvements to accommodate the ferry operations is expected to be released by the end of October. But it will be subject to comment, and a final EIS still could be subject to legal challenges.
One of the factors will be that the Superferry has been operating, which will provide data on issues such as whether passengers are transporting prohibited products and substances. Bowie said a task force required by the exemption law has been conducting risk assessments that she said "show a lot of weaknesses in the inspection system."
"It validates our position that this is what should have been done right first all along," she said.
Until the Supreme Court takes up the appeal, the Superferry will also continue to operate, Bowie noted, which will provide more information on the safety of the vessel.
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