There is no silver bullet for stopping illegal fishing. Fortunately, advances in modern technology hold significant promise.
Fifteen conservationists came together at the World Conservation Congress to showcase the power of community action for the environment.
The revival of traditional fishponds can be good for communities and coral reefs alike.
The state’s new goal is an important step toward improving the health of Hawai‘i’s waters.
The Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument is now the largest marine protected area on Earth.
The islands’ language is a powerful link to the lands and waters that sustain their people.
The traditional knowledge of indigenous peoples could help address environmental problems that plague the entire planet.
Of all the threats facing Hawai’i’s coasts and coral reefs, one of the trickiest to stop is mud.
As El Niño takes hold in the Pacific, the island state braces for a record coral bleaching event.
Hawaiʻi Seafood Month highlights the significance — and struggles — of the islands’ rich fisheries.