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Helping Indigenous Leaders Find Solidarity at Global Gathering

By Molly Noelani Mamaril UH-Mānoa Natural Resources and Environmental Management (NREM) Alumnus & Assistant Project Manager, Pono Pacific September 2016 (Honolulu, HI, USA) – University of Hawaiʻi students can and are influencing global decision-making on issues of conservation. The recently concluded IUCN World Conservation Congress, held from September 1-10 in Honolulu, closed with International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) members […]

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The Enduring Song of Uncle Henry Chang Wo Jr.

By Kevin Chang ~ OCTOBER 9, 2015 · CIVIL BEAT · We’ve lost a man who inspired the old and the young to help Hawaii regain its environmental health. ~ Uncle Henry was a founding member of the E Alu Pū network, a 13-year-old statewide grassroots mālama ʻāina network with a vision to collectively build an environmentally abundant and healthy future for communities and the places they most depend on for sustenance.