Climate change and sea level rise affects us all. Check out these local superstars who have lent their voices to educating others about the global climate crisis and how we are addressing it throughout our island home. Please sing and share the Koloa Iki song1.
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Michael McCrary, along with his wife, Suzanne, wrote the Koloa Iki song and he sings it for you, here.
Solomon Enos, a Native Hawaiian born and raised in Mākaha Valley (O‘ahu, HI), created the Koloa Iki artwork, which is part of his Nā Liʻiliʻi series of illustrations of Hawaiian wildlife.
Neal Milner is a former political science professor at the University of Hawai‘i where he taught for 40 years. He is a political analyst for KITV and is a regular contributor to Hawai‘i Public Radio’s “The Conversation.” His most recent book is The Gift of Underpants.
HONOLULU BOARD OF WATER SUPPLY
The Board of Water Supply Communications Office did a Zoom-style group sing-along. Featuring Blaine Fergerstrom, Sheri Mikami, Arthur Aiu, Stella Bernardo, Dymian Racoma, Tracy Burgo, Steven Norstrom, Michele Harman, Kathleen Pahinui, and Linda Wong.
HAWAI‘I DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Drew Henmi from the Hawai‘i Department of Education sings the Koloa Iki song.
Atherton YMCA is located near the campus of the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa (O‘ahu, HI) and whose members include university students and young adults. Mahalo to Eunice Bala, Geneva Dela Cruz, Angelica, Mary and Shermae Murro, and Huynh Nguen, for sharing their versions of the Koloa Iki song.
Jerry Blue from Element 8 shares his rendition of the Koloa Iki song.