Press Releases

These are our press releases
KAHEA's statement on the Land Board's approval of the TMT permit
Sep 29, 2017
KAHEA's statement on the Land Board's approval of the TMT permit
Hawai`i Supreme Court to hear Mauna Kea TMT permit case
Jun 05, 2015
The Mauna Kea Hui transfers the TMT case to the Hawaiʻi Supreme Court!
Hearings Officer Recommends Further Desecration of Mauna Kea
Dec 08, 2012
Hilo, Hawai'i
After more than 13 months, on November 30, 2012, hearings officer Paul Aoki has finally released his report recommending that the Board of Land and Natural Resources affirm its decision to grant the University of Hawai'i a conservation district use permit to construct the 18-story high Thirty-Meter Telescope (TMT) and an access way on 6.2 pristine acres of the sacred cultural landscape of Mauna Kea (Mauna a Wakea).
Feds Extend Own Deadline for Deciding on Hawaiian Monk Seal Critical Habitat
Jun 25, 2012
Contact: Miyoko Sakashita, (415) 632-5308
KAHEA receives OHA Kauhale grant to continue environmental justice work in Wai`anae
May 09, 2012
KAHEA receives OHA Kauhale grant to continue environmental justice work in Wai`anae
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Limits on Sea Turtle Deaths in Hawai`i’s Longline Fishery
Mar 15, 2012
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Limits on Sea Turtle Deaths in Hawai`i’s Longline Fishery
Aquapods in Alenuihaha Trigger Lawsuit
Aug 03, 2011
Watchdog groups sue NOAA for issuing “fishing permit” for industrial fish farming
Public Hearings Set on Monk Seal Habitat Protections
Jul 14, 2011
Joint press release issued by The Center for Biological Diversity and KAHEA regarding the public hearings set on monk seal protections.
Case Against the TMT Begins
Jul 01, 2011
Grassroots groups take on million-dollar lawyers to defend the Mauna Kea conservation district
New Habitat Protections Proposed for Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seals
Jun 01, 2011
The proposal responds to a 2008 petition filed by the Center for Biological Diversity, KAHEA: The Hawaiian- Environmental Alliance, and Ocean Conservancy. Hawaiian monk seals are among the most endangered marine mammals in the world, with a population of approximately 1,000 animals. The proposal will protect coastal areas for seals to raise pups and marine waters for foraging.
A Line in the Sand: Rally for Waikiki
May 04, 2011
Rally to Protect the Beach in Waikiki, 5/7/11, 10:00AM
Wai`anae Farmland Saved
Apr 21, 2011
Honolulu, Hawa'i
State rejects industrial park proposed for Lualualei Valley
Victory for Sea Turtles
Feb 07, 2011
Honolulu, Hawai'i
Settlement means fewer loggerheads will be hooked by deadly longlines
Environmental Legislative Network Annouces 2011 Priorities
Jan 24, 2011
Food Security, Sustainable Energy, Native Hawaiian Culture: Top Priorities of the 2011
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