Hoa Team | Our Story
Floating between Hawaiʻi and California, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an accumulation of debris brought to one vast ocean zone by natural currents.
By: Nick Ochs
Twenty two percent of people who endure a natural disaster are at risk of developing depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and chronic stress.
By: Keila Lee and Ronnie Allen Campman
The size and shape of the waves will slowly start to break differently because of how climate change is heating up Hawaiian waters.
By: Carina Nocon & Megan Lucas
In May 2019 the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency (OCCSR) released a document titles the Oahu Resilience Strategy.
By: Kevin Okimoto
Hydrogen fuel is changing the game in the automotive industry, but people are still unaware about its use.
By: Troy Jacobs
Non-native algae species infect these reefs, as they spread aggressively and prevent local marine life from building their habitats in the coral.
By: Alexa Gutierrez & Kirsten Sibley
On Kauaʻi, a team of researchers uncover a new threat to the already quickly depleting Hawaiian honeycreepers.
By: Eunica Escalante and Lea Strenge