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It’s Thursday, June 14 – From HPR2, it's The
A lesson in stability... from Cuba?
Roberto Perez Rivero
is the Environmental Education & Biodiversity Conservation Director of the
oldest environmental organization in Cuba. He travels extensively presenting
Cuba’s approach to sustainability.
Where the elite meet ...in the IQ penthouse.
Jason Hoffman is the
chair of Mensa Hawaii. The international high IQ society’s Hawaii chapter has
about 200 members
Making sure footprints are the only things
left in the sand.
Dr. Carl Berg is a marine ecologist on Kauai and chair of the Kauai
Chapter of The Surfrider Foundation. For the past 20 years, he has been studying
the effects of land use on the nearshore marine environment, mainly in Hanalei
Bay. He also studies ways to lessen pollution before it enters streams and the
When too much water is too much of a good thing.
Patrice Federspiel is
a painter and art teacher who will give a 1-day Hide-N-Seek Watercolor Workshop
this Saturday at Honolulu’s Waioli Tea Room.
Plus another hot election in the backyard, today’s reality check and Aljazeera
global report. Next, the NPR news...