Earth Day

Ka'u Hospital

How remote and rural Ka‘u preps for a COVID-19 surge; The Long View with Neal Milner: Dealing with homelessness and coronavirus; Is the state epidemiologist the right person for coronavirus response?; Earth Day 2020: Henk Rogers optimistic while film looks at climate change; Hawaii library patrons can stream thoughtful movies at home

Coronavirus Screening at Honolulu Airport; State Green Energy Check-in; Taxpayers Footing Cost for State Lawsuits; Recycling Bottle Caps; Earth Day Essay Contest

Catherine Cruz

Kauai Flooding Recovery; Blue Line Project; Debt Free College; Poetry Out Loud

Bytemarks Café: March for Science

Apr 5, 2017
Jeff Kubina / Flickr
Jeff Kubina / Flickr

Today on Bytemarks Café, we’ll find out about the March for Science taking place on Earth Day 2017. The March for Science pulls together groups from across the State to celebrate Earth and the importance of science to frame our understanding of our environment.

The Conversation: Thursday, April 21st, 2016

Apr 21, 2016
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Effect of Global Economic Factors in Hawaii; Erhu Virtuoso Tsun-Hui Hung; New Law Enforcement Legislation; Encouraging Young Farmers on Kauai 

Tourism Impact on Hawaii’s Markets/Economy: Russell Price

Earth Day in Hawai’i

Apr 22, 2014
noe tanigawa

  Happy Earth Day!  Last week, the University of Hawai’i’s Sea Grant program convened experts from across the nation and state to offer insights and engage directly with high school and college students about sustainability.  Hawai'i may have a long way to go, but sustainability is now law, and  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa got this update from Hawai’i’s new Sustainability Coordinator.

University of Hawai’i’s Sea Grant program will post notes from the conference, “Ascent: Building a Secure and Sustainable Water and Energy Future for Hawai‘i”, as they become available.

Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

Apr 23, 2013

More than one billion people in 192 countries were expected to participate in Earth Day activities today… marking the 43rd year of focusing on environmental awareness.   HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka accompanied a group of hikers yesterday … who celebrate Earth Day more than once a year …

Molokai's Sacred Rainforest

Apr 17, 2013
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  Next Monday is Earth Day. And while there will be various celebrations around the state, the event will also be marked in an ancient rainforest on the island of Molokai. Catherine Cluett has more from the Molokai Dispatch.