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Alignment index

The following frameworks are referenced in this sustainability report to provide context on how Kamehameha Schools' progress aligns with local-to-global sustainability efforts. This list is not exhaustive of all available sustainability frameworks; KS data and progress is aligned to the general intent of the various subcategories within each framework.

Aloha+ Challenge Targets (A+)
aloha challenge

Clean Energy Transformation (CET)
Local Food Production and Consumption (LF)
Natural Resource Management (NRM)
Solid Waste Reduction (SWR)
Smart Sustainable Communities (SSC)
Green Workforce and Education (GWE)

UN Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG)

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards

201: Economic Performance
203: Indirect Economic Impacts
204: Procurement
302: Energy
303: Water Consumption
304: Biodiversity
305: Emissions
306: Waste
404: Training and Education
413: Local Communities

‘Āina Aloha Economic Futures (AAEF) Playbook
Aina Aloha Economic Futures

AAEF 1.0: Achieve a circular economy
AAEF 2.0: Develop and invest in regenerative businesses
AAEF 3.0: Invest in local food systems and ‘āina abundance
AAEF 4.0: Prioritize community and ‘āina well-being in decision making
AAEF 5.0: Empower community-based resource management
AAEF 6.0 Advance economic equity in Hawai‘i
AAEF 7.0: Address injustices against Native Hawaiians - Land back initiatives

Kamehameha Schools Strategic Map 2025 (SM2025)
Kamehameha Schools

Goal 1: World-class schools
Goal 2: Resilient communities
Goal 3: Globally-competitive performance

Key operational performance measures:
Measure 18 (M18): Food produced, processed, distributed on KS ‘āina
Measure 19 (M19): Energy net produced/used for KS
Measure 20 (M20): Affordable housing units in development