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Science & Environment

Cindy Wendt, editor, Dava Della, assoc editor

   

Coral bleaching destroys island reefs

In September, scientists with the federal and state governments, the Universities of Hawai‘i and California at Santa Cruz, and the Bishop Museum, explored the reefs around the northwestern islands and found evidence of coral bleaching at Pearl, Hermes, Midway, and Kure atolls.

   

Hawaii's struggle with global warming

If Hawai‘i is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve overall air quality, continued involvement in future efforts is highly needed.

   

California emission law sets stage for other states

Critics, of the Clean Skies Initiative, complain that the Bush Administration proposed pollution cuts fails to control global warming. The auto industry is outraged, claiming the new law will increase gas taxes and a decline in auto sales.

   

Maximizing your metabolism

The Maximum Metabolism Diet offers practical steps to raise your metabolism.

   
   
   

 

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