What Hawaii will lose if it stops reaching for the stars
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February 24, 2016

Aloha <<First Name>>

The global TMT partnership of Japan, China, India, Canada and the U.S. wants to build the world’s next generation telescope on Maunakea. Yet, after eight years of working with the community and investments of nearly $4 million into Hawaii's economy, TMT must now reassess the viability of building a telescope in Hawaii due to continuing uncertainty that there will be:

1) a reasonable timeframe for again obtaining a permit, and

2) safe and peaceful access to the TMT site on Maunakea.

Should Hawaii lose the TMT project, it would be more than just the loss of a major telescope, it would be a global disappointment. But the most important question for all Hawaii stakeholders is - what will Hawaii lose as a result of losing TMT?

For the facts, read here.

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We appreciate the willingness a number of you have shown to more publicly advocate for TMT. Here are ways for you to do that now: 
  1. Please review the website as a resource for information, facts, and latest updates 
  2. Please "like," comment on, join, and repost from, TMT's social media platforms:
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  4. Let your family and friends know about the website, social media platforms and e-newsletter, and encourage them to join you in staying up-to-date, informed and publicly supporting TMT.
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