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17
Jan
2019

As many of us wake to our much needed morning coffee, a recent study finds that over half of all wild coffee species worldwide are in danger of going extinct. The study, published in Science Advances, found that 60% of wild coffee species are under threat of extinction. This includes the wild species of Arabica, the most popular cultivated coffee species accounting for 60% of global production. The majority of the wild coffee species globally ... MORE

17
Jan
2019

Following a year in which U.S. carbon emissions from energy rose, after years of declines, Green New Deal(GND) proponents are calling for a plan to convert 100% of the electricity supply to renewable energy, among other decarbonization initiatives. The big picture: Although a massive undertaking, this energy transition is technologically feasible and economically beneficial. Some policies that would help kickstart the necessary emissions ... MORE

17
Jan
2019

HONOLULU  - A crop of new names have been proposed for the magnificent and powerful Fissure 8. They include Enoho, which is Hawaiian for regeneration, hanaiʻana (creation) and hou hoʻomaka (new beginnings). Another name suggestion honors the Hawaiian deity for the volcano and lava: ʻAilāʻau. There have been an abundance of other suggestions to the naming board which includes Puʻu Kupaianaha, Puʻu O Luku, Keahiluawalu O Pele, ... MORE

17
Jan
2019

HONOLULU - Hundreds are expected to gather at Iolani Palace on Thursday to commemorate 126 years since the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii. The overthrow happened on Jan. 17, 1893. After imprisoning Hawaii’s last reigning monarch, Queen Liliuokalani, a group of American businessmen set up a provisional government with the support of the U.S. minister and military troops. Queen Liliuokalani protested and asserted herself as the ... MORE

17
Jan
2019

As bans on single-use plastic bags and straws gain momentum across the globe, attention is now focused on another mighty environmental opponent: styrofoam. Styrofoam poses serious health concerns for aquatic life and the general health of the planet, which is no surprise, given that it’s made of thousands of pieces of non-biodegradable plastic. While the material is less commonly accepted at recycling facilities than paper or plastic due to ... MORE