This page collects together all of the “readings” associated with individual modules.
In this site, readings represent “passive” learning opportunities, as opposed to experiences, which represent “active” learning opportunities.
An overview of climate change issues, by Jeremy Grantham
35 pages 45 minutes
Washington Post, 12/31/2018, Joel Achenbach
An interactive visualization of predicted sea level rise exposure areas and vulnerabilities
A report on climate change issues impacting on Hawaii including water, biodiversity, coastal communities, marine resources, and indigenous peoples.
The Aloha+ Challenge is a statewide commitment to achieve six interconnected sustainability goals for 2030.
The home page for the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change.
Information on efforts Hawaii is taking to address climate change, including adaptation, carbon sequestration, tracking greenhouse gas emissions, setting energy policy, and sustainability plans.
Oahu’s response to climate change, focusing on four discovery areas: remaining rooted, bouncing forward, island innovation and exposure, and laulima.
The bills resonate with continued efforts of the Polynesian Voyaging Society and legacy of Hōkūleʻa to inspire and grow a movement to mālama honua, to care for our Island Earth.
Saving the planet must be an all-hands-on-deck effort. In no particular order, we present 10 groups to watch in 2019.
As the tone surrounding climate change becomes more dire, our conversations about it with children grow more important.
Tips for reducing your personal energy usage, living a more sustainable lifestyle, and helping our island become more resilient.
Greta Thunberg realized at a young age the lapse in what several climate experts were saying and in the actions that were being taken in society. The difference was so drastic in her opinion that she decided to take matters into her own hands.
Screencast 5 min