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Greta Thunberg Named Timeʻs Magazine Person of the Year for 2019, What Started the Journey?

Greta Thunberg holding her sign that means “school strike for climate”, the same words that started her movement.

Holly Ikeda, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2020

Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teen climate activist, won Time magazineʻs Person of the Year in 2019. After the largest climate demonstration in history on Sept. 20, 2019, Thunberg has become an icon in the battle against climate change. Thunberg’s journey in being a climate change activist started...

Junior AP English Class Takes a Stand for the Environment

A beach clean-up is one of multiple environment-friendly project ideas junior AP English students can chose from.

Hannah Mahealani Roehm, Staff Member

February 6, 2020

Earth. The third planet from the sun, the largest of all terrestrial planets, formed around4.54 billion years ago. It’s the planet that is home to 8.7 million animal species, 290, 000 plant species, and of course, humans. Yet, we continue to harm the environment, damaging the planet we’d be nothing...

Fall Leaves Benefit our Environment: Don’t Get Rid of them

Did you know raking up your leaves and disposing of it can lead to the release of methane gas?

Zaysha Akina-Mahoe, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2019

It’s fall season, and people are resorting to raking their colorful yard full of leaves. However, according to experts, getting rid of the leaves on your lawn is not the right way to manage your fall leaves. For various reasons, leaving leaves on your lawn will benefit not only your yard but the rest...

Is Extreme Necessary?

In the fight for climate change legislation, protesters have been using more extremist methods.

Taylor Cozloff, Editor-In-Chief

December 3, 2019

Desperate times call for desperate measures. This common six-letter phrase means that actions that may seem extreme under normal circumstances are appropriate during adversity, but how do we know for sure if something is desperate enough to require extreme measures? One group by the name of Extinction...

The Battle Against Climate Change: One Tree At A Time

University of Hawaii Professor, Dr. Camillo Mora, will be hosting an event to plant 10,000 trees in one day to help make our world carbon neutral.

Joby Lum, Website/Technology Director

November 28, 2019

Climate change has been one topic that has been discussed across the nation and the world. A University of Hawaii Professor, Dr. Camillo Mora, is attempting to combat the effects of climate change by planting 10,000 trees in one day. The inspiration behind this idea for Mora is from his 12-year-old...

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