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Danny De Gracia: Disruption Culture Is Sabotaging The Safety Of Oahu Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Danny De Gracia: Disruption Culture Is Sabotaging The Safety Of Oahu

If our leaders allow fringe groups to run wild, promote outrageous lies and bully responsible citizens, a fringe movement can become mainstream.

Neal Milner: Learning To Live With Vaccine Hesitancy Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Neal Milner: Learning To Live With Vaccine Hesitancy

Vaccine hesitancy is yet another expression of how polarized we are, and it’s not going away.

Danny De Gracia: Hawaii Is Getting A Taste Of Its Own Neglect Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Danny De Gracia: Hawaii Is Getting A Taste Of Its Own Neglect

Investments in public infrastructure need to be made now to bring the state into the 21st century before it devolves into chaos.

How Neighbor Islands Are Working To Address Overtourism In Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

How Neighbor Islands Are Working To Address Overtourism In Hawaii

As the Hawaii Tourism Authority shifts from marketing to tourism management, the counties are taking matters into their own hands with new hotel bans and airport shuttle systems.

Fault Lines 2021: It’s A Good Time For A Reboot

Fault Lines 2021: It’s A Good Time For A Reboot

There’s so much to talk about as we emerge from the pandemic with some of the same old arguments, and plenty of new ones.

This North Shore Community Has Had Enough Of Towering Wind Turbines Stewart Yerton/Civil Beat2021

This North Shore Community Has Had Enough Of Towering Wind Turbines

But clean energy advocates and power producers are pushing back against new Honolulu City Council proposals meant to protect communities from large wind energy projects.

Danny De Gracia: Hawaii Is Becoming An Unpleasant Place To Live. Arguing Doesn’t Help Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2015

Danny De Gracia: Hawaii Is Becoming An Unpleasant Place To Live. Arguing Doesn’t Help

We need to cool down and de-escalate community conflicts. That starts by being more tolerant of people with opposing views.

‘We’re In A Really Tough Place Right Now’: Can Hawaii’s New Health Director Make A Difference? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

‘We’re In A Really Tough Place Right Now’: Can Hawaii’s New Health Director Make A Difference?

Dr. Libby Char has directed some of the largest emergency agencies in the state. Her supporters say she offers a badly needed collaborative approach to leadership.

Is Hawaii Learning To Live With The Coronavirus? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

Is Hawaii Learning To Live With The Coronavirus?

Message fatigue has become a real concern as Hawaii officials gear up public service announcements reminding people they need to wear masks, wash their hands and stay away from each other.