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Take a Free Weekend Tour on Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise

Greenpeace vessel back from Great Garbage Patch to talk about plastic pollution.
2018.10.16 10:54 AM

After the Flood: What Happened to our Native Waterbirds on Kaua‘i?

We asked the experts how Hawai‘i’s waterbirds could have survived April’s historic flooding on Kaua‘i.
2018.09.25 03:51 PM

The New Reality of Vog and What We Can Do About It

With the recent unprecedented volcanic emissions, the Environmental Protection Agency has stepped in on the Big Island with measures appropriate for a major toxic event. If it’s that serious there, what’s in store for O‘ahu? We take a deep breath and examine the new reality of vog—and what we can do about it.
2018.08.31 06:11 PM

Hurricane Lane: How Do Hurricanes Get Their Names?

Hurricanes in the Central Pacific area will receive one of 48 titles. It all depends when they form.
2018.08.24 06:03 PM

What You Need to Know About the 5 Hurricane Category Rankings

Each Category comes with its own potential damage and forecasted sustained winds.
2018.08.22 03:05 PM

Hurricane Lane Watch: What’s Open and Closed in Hawai‘i

Here’s a list of all the cancellations and closures across the state as a Category 4 storm barrels toward the Islands.
2018.08.22 12:18 PM

Hawai‘i’s first Aquaculture Accelerator Gets Going in August

A cohort will start on the Big Island then travel the world to expand its businesses.
2018.07.16 10:57 AM

Here’s How You Can Help People Affected by Kīlauea

The Kīlauea eruption could last several more months, or even years. Here is how you can continue to help families affected by the volcanic activity as well as floods on O‘ahu and Kaua‘i.
2018.06.27 04:30 PM

Meet the Man Who Is Restoring Native Plants to Hawai‘i’s Urban Spaces

Hui Kū Maoli Ola is bringing back native habitats that once thrived across the islands.
2018.06.26 01:19 PM

Exploring the Upside Down: What It’s Really Like on Kona’s Most Extreme Scuba Dive

The weird and wonderful creatures that populate Hawai‘i’s offshore waters are visible each night on this black-water dive.
2018.03.29 12:31 PM

Our Waikīkī: King Tides, Beach Erosion and Water Pollution—Can Waikīkī Be Saved?

How the state is dealing with king tides, eroding beaches and trash in the Ala Wai.
2018.02.12 03:34 PM

Quote Unquote: What It’s Like Being the Honolulu Zoo’s First Female Director

Linda Santos found her dream job when she became the sixth director of the Honolulu Zoo and its first female leader last year.
2018.02.05 11:29 AM