Bristol Bay’s sockeye salmon fishery is forecast to produce a run of nearly 49 million fish in 2020, with a harvest of 34.56 million reds, exceeding the harvest forecast of 26.11 million fish in 2019, when fishermen actually caught over 43 million reds.
HONOLULU — New marine life has formed in pools at a black sand beach created by the Kilauea volcano eruption, according to researchers in Hawaii.
USACE says it’s fine but Hawaii’s top coastal management official calls the project part of a “death knell” for the islands’ beaches.
LIHUE — A new report from the nonprofit Surfrider Foundation gives Hawaii a “C” in coastal management as it relates to climate change. It also suggests the rest of the state should model themselves after Kauai and Maui counties in their beach-management plans.
Sea-level rise and coastal storms require us to develop innovative erosion control plans based on proven science.
This year’s budget calls for a $56 million state subsidy — a compromise between the Legislature and Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy’s original proposal of $21.8 million, which would’ve resulted in shutting the system down in October.
An Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing conducted last week examined Alaska offshore energy reserves as well as federal revenues received from energy development as well as programs that share those revenues with state, local, and tribal governments.
WAIKIKI, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Crews have started working on a new fix for an erosion hotspot in Waikiki.
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The city Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking public input on new regulations that are a welcome step toward better park management.
The public has a right to access all beaches in Hawaii, which is why newly locked gates have people upset in Kailua.
Want a selfie with a Hawaiian monk seal. Don’t get too close. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration researchers recently conducted a of how social media can play a role not only in monitoring the public’s interaction with endangered monks seals in Hawaii, but in research, education and conservation.
Company's licence pulled by government in mid-October
A new influx of Nile tilapia in Hawaiʻi Island waters is concerning biologists.
Premier Dwight Ball says government needs to work with industry leaders to make sure an event like the die-off of over 2.6-million salmon on the province’s south coast, never happens again.
HILO — The Big Island is officially facing a climate crisis, according to a resolution unanimously passed Wednesday by the Hawaii County Council.