Sunday, July 25, 2021

Environment

All things Environment for readers of the Hawaii Reporter

A section of the University of Hawaii (Hilo) website describes the natural hazards of the Big Island. The discussion on VOG is of particular interest, and is certainly pertinent to Oahu readers this week, as we find our island shrouded in a thin gray mist that is our gift from Pele. Of the...
Editor's Note: A few days ago I met with Chaminade student Fawn Liebengood, one of the founders of 808 Cleanups. I was very impressed with her attitude towards public service and the good works that this org is involved in.  ***************** We are lucky to live in Hawaiʻi. We have a...
Aloha friends and fellow humans, Our living planet has been there for all life for millions of years. Many of us have been working for decades to raise consciousness of human degradation of our home and the incredible positive potential for Humans to discover deep connections with all Life...
Sustainability is the buzzword of the times and nothing says taking care of the aina like raising your own worms. Every schoolkid now knows, worms (if you don’t mind me mixing a metaphor or two) are the coolest thing since sliced bread. If you’re into raising vegetables at home, you’ve...
What is Inter-generational Equity? Find out in this ThinkTech interview. Jay Fidell talks with Robert Kinslow, sustainable business expert who was raised as a farmer, educated as an aerospace engineer, skilled as a speaker and shaped by a lifetime dedicated to advancing the practice of sustainable business, social justice...