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Jewels of the Pacific: A Journey to Remember

Leading up to our journey to Kauai, we convened regularly to discuss the environmental, sociocultural, historical and to some degree […]

Plastics, Zodiacs and Whales, Oh My!

On day four of this amazing Hawaiian gallivant, we went whale watching.  An uncomfortable, yet excited irony was tickling my […]

Malama ‘Aina to guarantee food accessibility and sustainability in Kauai

The Hawaiian words malama and aina have many different meanings in English. However, these words are very important to understand […]

Traditional knowledge as a strategy for resouces management

In August 2014 Hawaii Governor David Ige signed into law the first ever Community Based Subsistence Fishing Area (CBSFA) for […]

SOS: Sucking Oxygen out of the Sea

About half of the world’s photosynthesis, known as net primary production, occurs in the sea.  

The Stanback Internship Program

One of the most unique parts of being an undergraduate in the Nicholas School is the opportunity to participate in […]

Full Report: Clean Energy Trek to California

Following up on my last post, I have since returned from San Francisco. The experience that I had with my […]

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