The Conversation: Friday, December 29th, 2017
Longitudinal Study Finds Hawaii’s Reefs are Overfished; Jaimal Yogis is the author of All Our Waves Are Water; Climate Change/Hawaiian Fishpond Aquaculture; Aloha Harvest
Hawaii’s reef fish are being over-fished, says a study that included information compiled by researchers and multiple government agencies going back to the year 2000---and made use of more than 25-thousand in-water surveys.
Into music: The Light of Your Dress by College
Outro Music: I'm an Outlaw by Kurt Vile
In September, Chris Vandercook sat down with author Jaimal Yogis... a man on a spiritual quest, stimulated in part, by his surfing days in Hawaii.
Intro music: Ocean Blue by Moniker
Outro Music: Amor Fati by Washed Out
Did Hawaii Really Try To Thwart CNN’s Homelessness Report? We spoke with Civil Beat Political & Opinion Editor Chad Blair for today’s Reality Check.
Outro Music: New Year's Day by Charlie Robison
As Education Coordinator at the Pacific Voyaging Society, Jenna Ishii has arranged many of the connections between groups and individuals that happened at each landfall during the M?lama Honua Worldwide Voyage
Intro music: Pohakuloa by Moses Kahumoku
Outro Music: Maui Chimes by All Star Hawaiian Band
One of the musical highlights this year was when Hawaiian Style Band founding members Bryan Kessler and Wade Cambern along with Robi Kahakalau joined Chris Vandercook to perform and talk about their debut album Vanishing Treasures, released 25 years ago.
Intro music: Live a Little by Hawaiian Style Band