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Science and Environment

Ku‘ulei Funn, editor

 

Hawai‘i’s renewable energy sources

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles that will look at what Hawai‘i is doing to develop renewable energy sources, and what it could be doing. [More]


Solar power panels at the Natural Energy Lab, Keahole Point, Hawai‘i.

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HPU & OI teach future scientists

In 2003, the Oceanic Institute near Makapu‘u Point became an affiliate of Hawai‘i Pacific University. As a result of the partnership, HPU marine sciences students are afforded a unique educational opportunity. [More]


HPU marine science professor Dr. Christopher Winn reviews research data with HPU marine biology sophomore Austin Shelto.

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EARTH TALK

Dear EarthTalk: In what ways is global warming already affecting us in North America? — Tyler Merson, New York, NY [More]


Maple syrup on your morning pancakes may become just a distant memory if global warming’s impact on seasonal harvesting cycles persists.

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Heat more deadly than hurricanes
52,000+ died in Europe’s 2003 heat wave

Following a string of high heat days and meteorologists’ warnings that this summer could be another scorcher, public health officials and politicians alike are reexamining the devastating heat wave of 2003. [More]


Hurricane Katrina claimed more than 1,836 lives.

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