- Special Projects
Marcel is a bike commuter, and is tackling the island’s transportation issues in his special series, Wayfinding.
Kathleen Rooney – Transportation Systems Manager, Ulupono Initiative
Jon Nouchi – Deputy Director, Department of Transportation Services
Daniel Alexander – Co-Director, Hawaii Bicycling League
Anthony Chang – Advocate for safer streets and Urban Planning Master’s student at UH, focusing on walking and bicycling safety.
Fresh off our spring fundraising campaign, we’re inviting all our members, new and old, into our office for a casual conversation with Civil Beat reporters and editors.
Get to know the newsroom that’s supported by you. Share your community concerns and what you’re enjoying about our coverage.
Space is limited, so please RSVP in advance.
Join us at Honolulu BeerWorks for a meet-and-greet with Civil Beat reporters and staff, including our D.C. reporter, Nick Grube, who will be ready to talk story about crime, politics and the Kealoha case.
This no-host pau hana will be located in the outside beer garden. Light pupus will be provided. Honolulu BeerWorks is generously providing event attendees with 15% off their tabs. Cheers!
This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited, so please reserve your spot in advance.
Honolulu Civil Beat, in partnership with Hawaii Arts Alliance, and Waiwai Collective, brings you an evening of stories told by our fellow community members on the theme of incarceration. This event will be hosted by reporter, Nick Grube.
Storytellers include: Ken Lawson, Jamee Miller, Matthew Taufetee, Malia Peters, Lani Waiau and Michele Navarro Ishiki.
Purchase your tickets here.
In partnership with Doris Duke Theater, join us for a keynote address by His Excellency, Anote Tong, former President of The Republic of Kiribati, and a moderated conversation to discuss how sea level rise affects our Pacific Island communities and how Pacific Islanders can lead the way in addressing current issues of climate change. The talk will be moderated by Honolulu Civil Beat’s Nathan Eagle and is presented in conjunction with a screening of Anote’s Ark, directed by Matthieu Rytz.
Purchase your tickets here.
Chad Blair, Civil Beat’s opinion and politics editor, will moderate a panel discussing what happened in the 2019 legislative session. Panelists TBD.
This event is free and open to the public but please reserve your seat.
The bulk of Hawaii’s emissions come from the electricity and transportation sectors — driving, flying and shipping in goods and tourists from thousands of miles away.
Civil Beat is partnering with the Sustainability Business Forum to bring you a Civil Cafe panel discussion on pricing carbon emissions.
The discussion will be moderated by Civil Beat’s politics and opinion editor, Chad Blair.
Panelists include Makenna Coffman, Rep. Nicole Lowen, Julius Fischer and Nathan Eagle.
This event is free and open to the public but please reserve your spot.
As part of the 2019 Honolulu Biennial, Civil Beat is hosting a panel discussion at the Biennial HUB, a Civil Cafe called #BeingMicronesian In Hawaii. The theme for the 2019 Biennial is Making Wrong / Right / Now and despite Hawaii’s reputation as a racial and ethnic melting pot, many Micronesian residents face discrimination, both online and in person. The event will delve into what that looks like and what’s being done about it.
This event is free and open to the public but please save your seat!
Share your community’s concerns, what you’re enjoying about our coverage and what you’d like to see improved in 2019. You can hop in the bright orange Wavemaker van to record your concerns on camera with our multimedia team.
Arrive at 9:15 a.m. and meet us in the Lecture Room next to the Visitor’s Center.
Space is limited, so please reserve your spot in advance here.
Civil Beat hosts numerous public and member-exclusive events every year, including monthly member coffees and pau hanas, Civil Cafe panel discussions, and an intimate speaker series known as Hawaii Storytellers. Through our events, Civil Beat looks to foster community discussions by providing a place where citizens can share their thoughts and debate important issues in a civil manner.