Ready to take action? Here are some current actions that need your kōkua (help) today!
NMFS decision to kill two aggressive male monk seals draws heavy criticism
Does an industrial fish farm count as fishing? Apparently, NOAA says “yes.” To permit an experimental open ocean fish farm operation, NOAA is looking to grant a corporation (Kona Blue Water Farms on Hawai`i Island) a fishing permit and call its fish farm cages “a new, unlisted gear type.”
Today, a new generation of cultural practitioners, farmers and entrepreneurs are working to change laws forbidding the sale of pai ‘ai--laws which say this sacred food is "unsafe for public consumption." Read an update on these efforts from Aunty Penny Levin.
The TMT Corporation and the University of Hawai'i Board of Regents are proposing a massive new telescope for Mauna Kea, the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT). Learn more about this proposed development.
Today, despite overwhelming community support for protecting local farm lands, developers are pushing Honolulu Councilmembers to approve a “purple spot,” a new industrial zone in the middle of green Lualualei Valley on the Waianae Coast.
The legislative session has kicked off. The way to make a difference, is to get in there, and get involved! Here are three things you can do right now.
Last fall, a bundle of regulatory rollbacks were proposed for conservation lands in Hawai`i. Hundreds stood up in opposition, and the majority of these rollbacks were abandoned. Help close the last three remaining loopholes, and stand up for the strongest possible protections for Hawai`i's conservation lands.
`Īlioholoikauaua, the Hawaiian monk seal, is one of the most endangered marine mammals in the world. Since the 1950s its population has dropped to about 1,300 animals and is continuing to decline. Solutions are within reach. Learn more and take action today.
The U.S. Army has announced plans to expand operations at Pohakuloa Training Area to include risky high-altitude helicopter training on the sacred slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Your voice is needed today!
KAHEA has joined a coalition of groups appealing a decision of to bend zoning rules and allow Kyo-ya, owner of the Moana Surfrider Hotel, to build a massive new luxury hotel on the beach at Waikiki.
Seeking volunteers to help organize and host community and `ohana screenings of the powerful documentary "Mauna Kea: Temple Under Siege."