Hawaiʻi Sea Grant Blog

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Carbon dioxide measurements on the Oʻahu Coast

More CO2 in the air means more dissolved in the oceans. But how much and what its affects will be are matters of concern. Read this blog from one of our graduate fellows about her role in investigating CO2 in the waters around Oʻahu.
David Wallace-Wells at podium

Talking story to combat climate change

Through keynotes, panel discussions, and workshops, this year’s Hawaiʻi Climate Conference focused on the power of storytelling to push the theme of communicating climate change.
Staff members pull plants amongst a tropical forest setting

Blogging about all things Sea Grant

Welcome to our new Hawaiʻi Sea Grant blog! Follow this post inside to learn more about our new endeavor.