A crew returned from the northernmost islands in the Hawaiian archipelago this week with a boatload of marine plastic and abandoned fishing nets that threaten to entangle endangered Hawaiian monk seals and other animals on the uninhabited beaches stretching more than 1,300 miles north of Honolulu.
Extreme rain events predicted to become more common with human-caused global warming not only wreak havoc on land — the runoff from these increasingly severe storms also threatens Hawaii’s coral reefs.
On Thursday evening. Hawaii News Now will proudly present “A Climate For Change: A Second Life,” the second in a three-part documentary series about facing the climate change challenge. Here's how to watch.
The Aloha Plus Dashboard tracks progress towards the state's sustainability goals. One of those goals is to increase the islands' resiliency in the face of climate change. Josh Stanbro, chief resilience officer of Honolulu, explains how the dashboard helps us deal with climate change.