The drought has lasted since March 2019, taking a heavy toll on farmers and homesteaders, as well as the deer that roam those islands.
The levels of contaminants discharged from the facility into the lagoon violated federal regulations, the EPA found.
The crisis, triggered in part by drought, exposes rifts in the community and raises questions about how to manage the herd in the future.
HART’s new executive director Lori Kahikina says she’s open to any ideas that avoid having to get special utility clearances along Dillingham Boulevard.
The nation’s lone island state has its own aggressive climate goals and had pledged to follow the Paris accords even after the U.S. withdrew.
Trucks disrupting seals resting on the sand have been a problem for years at Wawamalu. The new barriers aim to stop that.
The latest order compels state officials to cancel all existing commercial aquarium licenses because they lack the proper reviews, environmental advocates say.
Bill Brennan and Joyce Oliveira were two of the longest-serving employees at a tumultuous agency that’s seen heavy turnover.
With a new city audit out there’s plenty of talk about the bike-share’s costs. What’s missing is a similar examination of its community benefits.