Live on Oahu? We’re looking for 55 ohana to test new water heaters.


Kareen Forissier

Joined Kanu Hawaii Jun 11, 2008
Hometown: Kamuela, HI
Daily life

About me

I love mangoes.

I hate hypocrites.

I love the smell of lavender.

I hate social injustice.

I love when my turnips grow in my garden.

I hate seeing dead animals on the road.

Why I love Hawaii

This is a place where anything can happen. Call it magical? Call it weird? You can choose to stay or go, Hawaii will always be a part of you. I love Hawaii for the cultural mix and the opportunities each person can create. I love Hawaii for the spam musubi...

My interests

My motto: Work, Hard, Play Hard. Tennis is my thing!



Latest Stories shared by Kareen Forissier


Plastic bags - A convenience we'll soon pay the price for

Posted on Feb 16, 2010 | Comments 0

Both our Mayor and our County Council refuse to support the plastic bag reduction bill (Bill 193). Our elected officials seem to think our community is so pre-historic and so primitive that we can't change our way of living for the sake of our environment. Mayor Kenoi writes a brief but strong...



Inconvenience Me

Posted on Jan 14, 2010 | Comments 0

Our lifestyles are set like clockwork. Who likes change? Change requires more intellectual and physical efforts, possibly adapting to another environment or culture, maybe even balancing your beliefs with others to be part of a community. There is a lot of hype out there about saving our planet,...



"Going green starts by living blue - making daily decisions with the ocean's health in mind"

Posted on Dec 29, 2009 | Comments 1

I was amazed at a recent 'mahalo' letter that "Get the Drift & Bag it" organizer, Terri Miura, shared in the Hawaii Tribune Herald the other day. Cited are outrageous numbers of fishing nets, household waste, food wrappers or cigarette butts! These astonishing numbers just remind us that, even...


See all 5 Stories by Kareen Forissier »

Would you kokua and log in? All features are turned on when logged in. Mahalo!