What Has The Pandemic Taught Us About Climate Change?
Does My Electric Car Actually Help The Environment?
How Is Oahu’s Trash Impacting the Waianae Coast?
How Do I Teach My Kids About Climate Change?
Why Doesn’t Honolulu Recycle More?
Is The Pandemic Creating More Litter?
Is There Environmental Racism In Hawaii?
Can Aquarium Fishing Be Sustainable?
Where in the World Do We Send Our Recycling?
Are Cats Bad For Hawaii’s Environment?
How Do I Grow My Own Food During A Pandemic?
What Can We Do With All Our Unrecyclable Plastic?
Is Climate Change Affecting The Spread Of Disease?
How Do You Talk To People About Climate Change Without Freaking Them Out?
Oil Constantly Leaks From The USS Arizona. Is That An Environmental Problem?
How Is Plastic Getting Into Hawaii’s Soil?
What Is Hawaii Government Doing About Sea Level Rise?
What’s Up With Hawaii’s Garbage Dumps?
Are Food Forests The Future of Agriculture?
Assessing Hawaii’s Zika Risk And Avoiding Carbon Offset Scams
What Are The Long-Term Impacts of Microplastic Pollution in Hawaii?
How Will Climate Change Affect Surfing In Hawaii?
Recycle or Burn: What’s The Carbon Impact of Honolulu’s Trash?
Where Do All Of Hawaii’s Recyclables Go? No One Knows For Sure
Is Your Sunscreen Actually Reef-Safe?
Freaking Out About Climate Change? This Might Help
Our New Audio Reporter Brings Her Passion For The Environment To Hawaii
Ask Civil Beat your questions about Hawaii’s environment
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.
Focusing on your car’s carbon impact may be misguided.
Debates within the Nanakuli and Maili community about a possible landfill expansion are heating up.
We collected resources and advice for stress-free ways to talk to your kids about a stressful subject.
Government contracts, geography and economics make it difficult to increase recycling on the island.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a lot of single-use plastics back into our lives and onto our beaches.
Race relations in Hawaii are different than many other places in the country, but that doesn’t mean that racism hasn’t affected the health of communities of color.
A group wants to reopen waters around the Big Island for commercial aquarium fishing, raising questions about the environmental impact of the multimillion-dollar industry.
These six graphs show how Hawaii’s trash circled the globe last year.
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