A lot of research has been released over the years about the impacts of climate change on Hawai`i. Scientists have found a drastic increase the number of “fire weather” days over the past several decades. They’ve predicted a rise in the number and severity of coral bleaching events, as well as contraction of habitat where native forest birds can take refuge from avian malaria. The list goes on.
But “the big one”that spurred the Hawai`i Community Foundation to step outside its normal role of providing students with scholarships and grants to non-profits, and into the . . .
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