Some residents are taking action to protect their homes and communities from devastating wildland fires.
Honolulu wants to plant 100,000 trees in the next few years to help provide shelter from rising temperatures and a growing urban heat island.
Honolulu’s plastic reduction effort is eliminating fossil fuel waste, but also reflects the struggle to find a solution that’s both eco-friendly and convenient.
Eventually, tidal cycles won’t be enough to keep the ocean from our doors.
Climate change and human negligence are intensifying the threat of wildfires in the islands.
Government agencies, scientists, property owners and beachgoers have banded together to find a solution to chronic erosion at Maui’s Kahana Bay.
New refuges are sought as scientists battle disease-carrying mosquitoes in the face of a changing climate.
Hawaii state Sen. Karl Rhoads is one of Hawaii’s leading voices when it comes to climate change and what the state needs to be doing to get ahead of it.