Go Green Recycling is a monthly, appointment-required, bulky-item recycling event hosted by Mālama Maui Nui for residents of West Maui. October’s event will take place on Saturday, October 17th. Visit www.MalamaMauiNui.org/GoGreen for new location details. To request an appointment, fill out an Appointment Request Form at www.MalamaMauiNui.org/GoGreen. Confirmed appointments … [Read more...] about October’s Go Green Recycling: Appointments Required
Science and Environment
Sierra Club sues Board of Land and Natural Resources for its failure to protect East Maui streams from exploitation Judge Jeffrey Crabtree of the Hawaiʻi Environmental Court will be hearing closing arguments in the Sierra Club of Hawaiʻi’s case against the Board of Land and Natural Resources. The Sierra Club sued the Board of Land and Natural Resources for authorizing an … [Read more...] about Environmental Court to Hear Closing Arguments in East Maui Water Rights Case
Researchers from Pacific Whale Foundation are part of an international team from five countries and six universities involved in the first global research project kicking off today that studies how ocean changes influence the recovery of whale populations in the southern hemisphere. The ultimate goal is to create a model for whale distributions under future climate-change … [Read more...] about Pacific Whale Foundation researchers dive deep to understand climate impacts on whales
Get the Drift and Bag It! is an annual cleanup campaign hosted by Mālama Maui Nui in partnership with the Ocean Conservancy that seeks to empower Maui Nui residents in their environmental stewardship of our island community. This year, Get the Drift and Bag It! will take place from September 19th – October 3rd. To participate in this campaign, community members and … [Read more...] about Mālama Maui Nui to Launch Get the Drift and Bag It!
Part of Maui Nui Marine Resource Councilʻs "Know Your Ocean" Speaker Series Have you ever wondered why some people care -- and others seemingly don't -- about protecting Maui's coral reefs? Imagine if you could climb into their minds to understand what causes visitors and residents of Maui to be motivated (or not) to care for our reefs through their behaviors and actions. … [Read more...] about “The social-psychological side of why some people care about Maui’s reefs — and others don’t”