The Future is Behind Us: How we are learning from local and traditional ecological knowledge in Hawai‘i to adapt to future change


By Heather McMillen Aunty Hannah Springer of Kaʻūpūlehu shares her moʻokūʻauhau (genealogy) of people and place during a panel presentation for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature World Conservation Congress, Honolulu September 4, 2016 (video courtesy of Yvonne Yarber Carter)   The Hawaiian proverb I ka wā ma mua, i ka wā ma hope translates to ‘‘in the […]