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Kauai Bill 2491; Sea Level Rise; Air Conditioned Classrooms; BOLD

It’s Monday, September 9 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

Pesticide Expert Testifying on Bill 2491: Caroline Cox

Caroline Cox

Caroline Cox is Research Director of the California-based Center for Environmental Health. She has served as an advisor to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on pesticide policy, and she has Kauai connections . Her grandfather was an engineer who helped build the breakwater at Port Allen, and her father grew up on the McBryde sugar plantation. Today she’s back on Kauai to testify in support of Bill 2491.

Sea Level Rise Hastens Beach Erosion: Brad Romine

Brad Romine

Do we have a combination of natural and manmade events leading us toward drastic shoreline modifications? Coastal management geologist Brad Romine has been studying beach erosion in Hawaii, what causes it, and what can be done about it.

Air Conditioning in DOE classrooms: Mike Landes

Mike Landes

Mike Landes is a social studies teacher at Lahainaluna High School on Maui.  He has taught in Hawaii for 10 years, and is dual certified in social studies and special education.  He is also a union representative at his school.

BOLD, Get Noticed, Get Hired: Melanie Feldman

Melanie Feldman

  Michael Hoenig will give a presentation and talk about the advanced technologies of the Gemini Observatory Monday, September 9, at 7 pm at the Lyman Museum.

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