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A majority of adults in Hawaii know global warming is happening, but not many discuss the issue with friends, family or co-workers.
The USS Arizona and USS Utah have leaked thousands of gallons of oil in Pearl Harbor since the 1941 attack and there’s no plan to stop the flow anytime soon.
There isn’t a definitive list of priorities at the state level, but legislation is under consideration and Oahu is preparing its plans for local action.
The state health department hasn’t been updating the Legislature on recycling programs, landfill diversion efforts or imported fuel reliance as required.
We answer reader-submitted questions about man-of-war invasions, carbon offsets, Zika outbreaks and an inter-island ferry system.