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Claire Caulfield is a reporter for Honolulu Civil Beat and audio producer for the Offshore podcast.
As host of “Are We Doomed? And Other Burning Environmental Questions,” Claire answers reader questions about recycling, climate change, environmental education and agriculture. Her work on season 4 of Offshore focused on how Native Hawaiians changed U.S. History and shared the struggles and successes of life in the modern Hawaiian diaspora.
Claire has worked in Arizona, Louisiana, Washington D.C., Montana and New Jersey. Her reporting has won multiple awards, including a Rocky Mountain Emmy and a Webby.
The life of an American teenager hasn’t been this tumultuous in 60 years, and the effects will shape Generation Z forever.
Audio diaries from nine Oahu teenagers reveal how Generation Z was uniquely prepared to weather disruptions from the pandemic.
While we may not be apocalyptically doomed, we are definitely doomed to change.
Some say systematic failures to respond to COVID-19 reveal just how challenging it will be to stop climate change, while others see reasons for hope.
Landowners, volunteers and an army of local hunters are helping the state fight an uphill battle to protect Hawaii’s forests — and its drinking water.
Researchers need access to coronavirus test results by zip code in order to corroborate what they are finding in the island’s wastewater system.
Focusing on your car’s carbon impact may be misguided.