The designers and engineers who built the Ala Wai Canal nearly 100 years ago had little concept of the kind of pollution and flooding risks that are realities today.
Bishop Museum historian DeSoto Brown narrates this look at the history of the canal, the problems it’s created and the community discussion about its future.
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