By Chloe Fox
Larry Ellison is doubling down on his quest to make the Hawaiian island of Lanai a beacon of sustainable living.
“I was just looking at the Lanai five-year budget,” he told a group in Las Vegas recently. “And wow, it’s expensive.”
The Oracle CEO bought 98 percent of the island in 2012 for $300 million and has since described a grand and ambitious vision for an environmental Utopia — one that includes everything from electric cars to solar- and wind-powered desalination projects.
But one of the island’s greatest environmental hurdles is sustainable agriculture, which is why Ellison …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green