wildlife warriors of Hawai`i
Mid-Pacific Institute Community Partnership
Mid Pacific Institute STEM Humanities class is working hard developing podcasts to educate their listeners about wildlife, habitats, and human impact. With mentorship from our edu crew, groups of students are researching different conservation threats and are producing engaging podcasts to help protect our wild world! We are SO proud of the students’ work! Take a listen to what our wildlife warriors are speaking up for…
Elilai & Alex
Explore the world of palm oil, sustainability, and community.
Jaime, Chris, & Madison
Three 10th grade students discuss how micro-plastics are affecting ecosystems and our lives.
Canadian Marmot Recovery Efforts
Akira & Torin
Two grade 10 students explore the reasons why the Vancouver Island Marmot is going extinct and what is being done to stop it.
Endangered Species & the SSP
Pheobe, Shar, & Laulea
Explore endangered species conservation efforts of the Honolulu Zoo and Zoos around the world.
Albizia: a menace in plain sight
Evan & Spencer
A dominating, invasive tree species may be an alternative to affordable, local lumber.
Nainoa & Miles
Coral reefs provide the community with air, food, ocean health, and good surf – how do we keep it safe?
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