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Science and Environment

Rena Fulgencio, editor

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Sustainability, Hawaiian style:
Ramsay Taum speaks at HPU

Ramsay Taum, a Native Hawaiian cultural practitioner and kumu (teacher), spoke to HPU students and faculty about sustainability and food security Feb. 24 at Warmer Auditorium. Having been mentored and trained by respected Hawaiian elders (kupuna), Taum specifically focused on how the ancient Hawaiians achieved sustainable living and how we might follow their example today.
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Aloha from OI:
Green cities emerging in U.S.

Dear EarthTalk: What is the “green cities” movement? —John Moulton, Greenwich, CT
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When population growth and resource availability collide, Part II

As land and water become scarce, competition for these vital resources intensifies particularly between the wealthy and those who are poor and dispossessed. With population growth comes a shrinking of life-supporting resources. This shrinkage threatens the living standards of millions of people. Decreasing access to water, like shrinking access to land, discussed in the March 3 issue, is a prime source of social tension, especially in areas such as India and the Near East.
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Above: A woman fills bowl with unsafe drinking water in Sudan.

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