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Hawai‘i in a Changing Climate

The 17th annual Hawai‘i Conservation Conference attracted over 1,100 people with its various lectures, symposia, and other presentations focusing on the theme “Hawai‘i in a Changing Climate.” Now you can view over 84 of these presentations on the web, covering a range of conservation issues from climate change to invasive species to environmental education efforts throughout the Hawaiian archipelago.

July 28-30, 2009 • 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

Pualani Kanakaʻole Kanahele

Monday, August 3rd - Opening Reception

Details Keynote presentation

Dr. Stephen Schneider

Stanford University; distinguished member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), who with four generations of IPCC authors received a collective Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 Climate Change in Hawai‘i: Threats and Opportunities

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Jerry M. Mitchell

Chief of Biological Resource Management for the National Park Service

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Paul Jokiel

University of Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB)

Future Climate Change and the Hawaiian Marine Environment: Causes, Consequences, and Mitigation

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Kaiwi Nui

Office of Hawaiian Affairs

HCA Presentation on Climate Change, A Cultural Perspective

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Ben Namakin

Youth Advocating on Climate Change

Pacific Islands Climate Revolution

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