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Sea level rise is happening right now and its impact can already be felt throughout the world. Hawaiʻi is no exception, and effects of sea level rise on our islands has been well documented,
King tide describes the highest tides of the year produced by the gravitational pull on the ocean by the sun, the moon and planets. With sea level rise (SLR), king tide flooding is becoming
Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands Staff Reposted with permission (originally posted at https://climate.hawaii.gov/hawaii-beaches/) JULY 17, 2020 – We’ve reached a tipping point in which near complete loss of beach resources is a realistic
As climate change exacerbates weather patterns and extreme weather events, it is important to equip those who do not have the resources to recover and thrive as a result of even relatively “minor” disasters and impacts, particularly