The Conversation: Indigenous Solutions to Climate Change; Kaua‘i Church Organ
Indigenous solutions to climate change; Reality Check with Civil Beat; Pacific Islanders in Communications celebrates 30th anniversary; Restoring a Kaua‘i church organ
Indigenous solutions to climate change | Event Link
Scientists are calling for the need to cut our global emissions by 2030 in order to avoid climate catastrophe. They say we’re running out of time to come up with new ways to live sustainably. The U.S. National Science Foundation sponsored a 3-day virtual workshop that kicks off Thursday to come up with solutions. Kelsey Amos, Chief Operating Officer of educational nonprofit Purple Mai?a, spoke with The Conversation’s Savannah Harriman-Pote about biocultural solutions.
Reality Check with Civil Beat: Honolulu rail ridership | Full Article
For today's Reality Check with the Honolulu Civil Beat, reporter Kevin Dayton had a story about the projected ridership of the Honolulu rail.
Pacific Islanders in Communications celebrates 30 years
May marks Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and to highlight the Pacific Island experience we put the spotlight on a nonprofit whose mission is to advance Pacific Island media content. Leanne Ferrer, Executive Director of Pacific Islanders in Communications, spoke with us as the nonprofit marks its 30th anniversary.
It seemed like a good idea at the time to restore a church organ donated in the early 1900s by Lydia Wilcox, of a prominent Kama‘aina family and member of the Kaua‘i congregation. But it turned out to be a much larger undertaking than anyone imagined. It meant renovating the space for a much bigger pipe organ. Retired church leader David Murray shared the story.
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