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Naka Nathaniel: The Aloha State Needs New Ideas. Here’s A Start Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Naka Nathaniel: The Aloha State Needs New Ideas. Here’s A Start

It was an excruciating year for the islands and we need to work together to seek solutions to the challenges we face.

Naka Nathaniel: The People Of Hawaii Deserve Fair Compensation For Hosting The Military AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy/2022

Naka Nathaniel: The People Of Hawaii Deserve Fair Compensation For Hosting The Military

If not money, perhaps there could be an exchange for the best education practices and funding from the country’s top school system.

Naka Nathaniel: What If The Navy Gave Much Of Pearl Harbor Back To Hawaii? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Naka Nathaniel: What If The Navy Gave Much Of Pearl Harbor Back To Hawaii?

The expiration of leases on several military bases is an opportunity to shape a different future for the state.

Naka Nathaniel: The Navy Should Be A Stellar Steward Of Hawaiian Waters, Not A Danger David Croxford/Civil Beat/2023

Naka Nathaniel: The Navy Should Be A Stellar Steward Of Hawaiian Waters, Not A Danger

The Navy said no fuel leaked from the plane that skidded off the runway into Kaneohe Bay, but the latest embarrassment dealt another blow to the military's reputation in Hawaii.

Naka Nathaniel: What Maui Needs Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2023

Naka Nathaniel: What Maui Needs

A deadline is looming for many fire survivors but right now letʻs take a collective moment of grace and aloha.

Naka Nathaniel: The Agony Of Reading Real Estate Stories Screenshot/The Wall Street Journal

Naka Nathaniel: The Agony Of Reading Real Estate Stories

We need news organizations to do a better job exploring responsible travel and home ownership. 

Naka Nathaniel: It’s All About The Story Naka Nathaniel/Civil Beat/2023

Naka Nathaniel: It’s All About The Story

If we’re going to overcome the challenges in Hawaii, we need to save and share the stories of our kupuna.

Naka Nathaniel: Is This A Hawaii We’re Proud Of? Courtesy: Paul E. Baker, US Fish & Wildlife Service

Naka Nathaniel: Is This A Hawaii We’re Proud Of?

Endangered species capital of the world, soaring housing costs and an increasingly displaced Indigenous population. But still, there's hope.

Naka Nathaniel: 3 Questions We Need To Ask Now About The Maui Fires Ku'u Kauanoe/Civil Beat/2023

Naka Nathaniel: 3 Questions We Need To Ask Now About The Maui Fires

We've learned a lot from previous disasters. Those lessons should be applied to our own situation.

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