The 23rd annual Hawai`i Conservation Conference, held last month, brought some 1,300 scientists, natural resource managers, and students to the University of Hawai`i-Hilo.
For four days, participants criss-crossed the lush, sprawling campus as they walked from one symposium to the next. When lecture halls proved inadequate to hold the crowds, nearby classrooms, linked by video to the power-point screen and by audio to the speaker, accommodated the spillover.
In the past, the Hawai`i Conservation Alliance, which sponsors the conference, has posted on its website videos of selected speakers. To learn more . . .
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