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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.
Congressional leaders are considering ways to make the nation’s primary fisheries management law more effective as the planet warms.
Lawmakers are considering how far to set back new developments as well as specific strategies to deal with climate change.
Lawmakers and public officials need to do a better job educating Hawaii residents about the effects of sea level rise and changing weather patterns.
With climate change exacerbating wildfires in the islands, we need to come together as a community and take action now.
So do other states that were represented in Madrid for the annual UN conference this month.