Hawai'i Association for Behavior Analysis

To educate, advocate for, and support both providers and consumers 
of Applied Behavior Analysis.


About The Event

September 15 is World Clean Up Day, and it is also one week before our #HABA2018 convention. Please join us from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. You do not have to be a HABA member to attend or participate. This event is open to all members of our community who wish to help clean up our beaches a bit! Bring the keiki too!



SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 (across multiple islands)


Oahu - North Shore, beach still to be determined

Hawai'i Island - beach still to be determined

Maui - tentative, stay tuned

Kauai - tentative, stay tuned

What To Bring

- Colliander / strainer / sifter
- Gloves (gardening gloves are best)
- A hat, towel, and reusable water bottle (no plastic please)
- Sunscreen (exchange sunscreen with oxybenzone for a non-hazardous, FDA-approved alternative)

Stay For Lunch

Our co-sponsors, the Armenia Tree Project, have offered to cover some pizzas for lunch for our volunteers.

Our Co-Sponsors

Armenia Tree Project (ATP), a non-profit program based in Woburn and Yerevan, conducts vitally important environmental projects in Armenia's cities and villages and seeks support in advancing its reforestation mission. Since 1994, ATP has made enormous strides in combating desertification in the biologically diverse but threatened Caucasus region. More than 5,500,000 trees have been planted and restored, and hundreds of jobs have been created for Armenians in seasonal tree-related programs. https://www.armeniatree.org/en/

Koʻa Mineral Sunscreen: The goal of Koʻa Organics is to reduce the use of the ingredient "oxybenzone and oxtinoxate" commonly found in chemical sunscreen. https://www.koaorganicshawaii.com/

Sunscreen Exchange

We are hoping to set up a sunscreen exchange as well. Please check your sunscreen at home and bring with you any that contain the ingredient OXYBENZONE. Oxybenzone has been banned from sale in Hawai'i as it is destroying our coral reefs. Please help by reducing the impact and exchanging your damaging sunscreen for a sample of a much safer, FDA-approved, alternative.