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Conservation Strategies: Matching Science and Management

The 15th Annual Hawai‘i Conservation Conference was held July 25-27 at the Hawaii Convention Center. This international conference is the largest annual gathering of people actively involved in the protection and management of Hawaii’s natural environment. It attracted an attendance of over 930 registered participants. This anniversary year focused on “Conservation Strategies: Matching Science and Management.”

July 25-27, 2007 • Hawai‘i Convention Center • Honolulu, HI

Did you know?

The Hawai’i Convention Center:

  • Donates surplus food to Harbor House
  • Recycles food waste with Ecofeed
  • Recycles paper, cardboard, glass, plastic and aluminum
  • Provides biodegradable and compostable disposable ware

Read more about the Hawai‘i Convention Center’s “Green Efforts

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Conference Speakers

David Helvarg

President, Blue Frontier Campaign

Saving the Ocean

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Michael Soulé

Professor Emeritus of Environmental Studies at the University of California Santa Cruz

Is Island Conservation Fundamentally Different from Continental Conservation?

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Dr. J. Michael Scott

Senior Scientist, U.S. Geological Survey, University of Idaho

Hawai‘i: A Window to the Future of Conservation Biology?

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Mahalo to our Sponsors

Buddhawelt, DLNR DAR Coral Reef Outreach Network, Hawai’i Audubon Society, HCAF, Malama Hawai’i, National Park Service, NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries Program, Patagonia, USFWS National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Wildlife Society Hawai’i Chapter

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