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Mauna Kea Tour Companies Are Out Of Luck For Now

Businesses that take visitors up the mountain are stymied. And even if the protests end, Thirty Meter Telescope construction will be disruptive.

A Look At The Science Of The Thirty Meter Telescope

The proposed observatory that is generating mass protests on Mauna Kea seeks to focus on the big unknowns of the universe.

Sterling Higa: We Have Enough Parking Lots If We Could Just Find Them

The real problem is there’s no easily accessible, publicly maintained resource directing drivers to available parking.

How These Travel Hotspots Are Trying To Make Tourism Pay Its Own Way

From California to the Galapagos, overwhelmed tourist destinations are experimenting with ways to control the overflow and pay for repairing the damage.

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A Half-Century After Moon Landing, We Stopped Exploring Flickr: NASA

A Half-Century After Moon Landing, We Stopped Exploring

What kind of world would we live in had we continued our quest to understand our universe?

TMT Means Progress For Hawaii’s Future Kauionalani Onodera

TMT Means Progress For Hawaii’s Future

In light of the Thirty Meter Telescope’s construction we need to promote healthy discussion between supporters and opponents.

A ‘What If’ Scenario For Honolulu’s Rail Project

A ‘What If’ Scenario For Honolulu’s Rail Project

A proposed public-private partnership from the 1980s might have dramatically changed the island’s history.

Paradise Has A Price, So Stop Giving It Away PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Paradise Has A Price, So Stop Giving It Away

It’s time to start charging for access to our precious beaches and valleys.