The Conversation: Monday, June 19th, 2017
Deadly Heat Waves on the Rise; Hawaii’s Score on Elder Care; Homebrewing on Hawaii Island
Deadly Heat Waves Are Becoming More Common: Camilo Mora
According to a team of researchers at UH, 74 percent of the world’s population will experience heat waves by 2100 if carbon gas emissions continue to rise at current rates.
Intro Music: Things A'int What They Was by Mingo Fishtrap
Outro Music: Electricity by Orchstral Manoeuvers In The Dark
Translation of Early Hawaiian Media into English: Noenoe Silva
The Power of the Steel-Tipped Pen: Reconstructing Native Hawaiian Intellectual History is a compilation of early Hawaiian newspapers, a rich repository of culture, politics, and, intellectual life.
Intro Music: Look Up In The Sky by Francis The Great
Outro Music: Koke’e by Kawika Kahiapo
With technology threatening to end jobs, Hawaii could be the first state to study a government supported guaranteed income.
Intro Music: Green Light (Instrumental) by Lorde
Outro Music: Wallaby by Gear
Hawaii’s Score on Long-Term Care: Craig Gima
The Long Term Care Scorecard specifically considers long-term care services and supports for older adults, people with physical disabilities and family caregivers.
Outro Music: Happy (Instrumental) by Ashanti
Big Island Homebrewing: Karen Gast
Karen Gast has been brewing beers for over twenty years and is a longtime member of the Kona Barley Boys.
Intro Music: Give It Up by The High Divers
Outro Music: Girls Talk Boys by 5 Seconds of Summer