Bill Chapman, the interim dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Hawaii Manoa, joins the Pod Squad host Chad Blair to talk about arts, literature, humanities, film and how it all fits with global warming in Hawaii.

Chapman is on the board of the Liljestrand House in Honolulu. Its foundation is hosting a summit on climate change — “The Margins of the Sea: Peace. Global Understanding” — on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The Liljestrand House in Honolulu will be the site of a global warming conference this week. 

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