In its first few meetings, Honolulu’s new Climate Change Commission has heard from a slew of city agency heads about the status of their respective agencies’ efforts to plan for climate change effects. Some agencies have gone further than others. At the commission’s meeting last month, the Honolulu Board of Water Supply proved that it’s gone the furthest, by far.
“It’s only going to get worse,” said Board of Water Supply program administrator Barry Usagawa of street flooding in various parts of O‘ahu during high tide (especially Waikiki and Mapunapuna), which modeling predicts will get . . .
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