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A Local’s Guide to Buying Reef-Safe Sunscreen

Five Hawai‘i brands have created reef-safe sunscreens that are safe for your ʻohana and the ocean. Think of it as a win-win for you and the environment.
2019.05.30 11:13 AM

What to Expect From an Environmentally Friendly Cooking Class in Honolulu

Learn how to incorporate sustainably caught seafood in your next home cooked meal with Local I‘a and other eco-conscious groups.
2019.03.22 12:00 PM

7 Eco-Friendly Cups, Flasks and Bottles You Can Buy on O‘ahu

Wondering how to celebrate World Water Day the right way? Opt for a reusable, collapsible and stylish drink container for your next sip on the go.
2019.03.19 01:50 PM

10 Local Ocean-Friendly Restaurants on O‘ahu to Try Now

These restaurants and cafés hold themselves to a higher eco-standard that make deciding where to eat for ocean-minded people an easy decision.
2019.03.18 03:09 PM

Sharkbusters: 6 Ways Humans Have Tried to Avoid Shark Attacks

Over time, people have tried an impressive range of tactics to repel sharks. But do they work? Not well enough ...
2019.01.17 05:40 PM

Making Waves: 6 Women in Hawai‘i with Careers in STEM Share Their Stories

Only a quarter of STEM jobs in the U.S. are filled by women. Here are six making a difference in Hawai‘i.
2019.01.08 05:31 PM

Hawai‘i is the Only State in the U.S. Where Humpback Whales Go to Have Their Babies

Plus 10 more wonderful facts to know before whale watching in Hawai‘i.
2018.11.27 05:04 PM

Field Notes: Meet the Volunteers Who Remove Invasive Algae From Maunalua Bay

Field Notes explores Honolulu’s vast and varied scenes and subcultures. This month: the Mālama Maunalua community huki.
2018.11.19 06:21 PM

The Sunscreen Ban in Hawai‘i is Creating Opportunities for Local Businesses

Changing laws and attitudes are creating opportunities for Hawai‘i’s natural sunscreen startups.
2018.10.30 11:14 AM

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

Where the Wild Things Went: Tracking Hawai‘i’s Most Elusive Non-Native Animals

From alligators to wallabies, an eclectic mix of alien creatures has been reported roaming the Islands. We set out to sort fact from fiction.
2017.08.17 09:31 AM

Quote Unquote: Phil Estermann Fights to Save the Ka Iwi Coast

Meet the man who has been fighting the development of the Ka Iwi shoreline since the ’80s.
2015.11.12 10:00 AM