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> Plastic, Our Oceans, Our Future
Seventeen students set out from Hawaii set out to answer one question: How is plastic pollution shaping the future of our ocean? These students traveled to a HWF restoration site at Kamilo on Hawaii Island for this marine debris awareness trip.


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> Kai Kanani features HWF naturalists
HWF President Hannah Bernard is featured in this video that promotes Kai Kanani, a Maui charter boat where HWF-trained onboard marine naturalists help educate passengers about the marine animals and reef below them.
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> HWF urges ban of polystyrene
Megan Lamson of Hawaii Wildlife Fund speaking for the third time in support of Big Island's proposed disposable polystyrene ban. > Read Article


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> HWF speaks out on court case
Maui's nearshore waters are being polluted by wastewater coming out of county injection wells. Hawaii Wildlife Fund President Hannah Bernard was interviewed [starting at 2:15 in the video] about HWF's involvement in bringing this case to light which, ultimately, ended the practice and helped to save the affected reefs.


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> Australian news interviews HWF
Austrialian news reporter Denham Hitchcock interviews Hawaii Wildlife Fund team members as they clean up marine debris on a beach in Hawaii where tons of trash washes up every year, including remnants from the tsunami that struck Japan almost 2 years ago.

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> HWF featured on 'Outside Hawaii'
The green sea turtle basking phenomenon has captured the interest of turtle lovers from around the world. HWF is featured by Outside Hawaii for helping to protect the basking turtles on one of Maui's most popular north shore beaches.


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> 'Malama Maui' recognizes HWF
Each month, Hawaiian Paddle Sports honors a Maui organization for Malama Maui, or its efforts "to care for Maui." Hawaii Wildlife Fund is pleased to be one of those featured organizations. In addition to featuring HWF in the video it produced, Hawaiian Paddle Sports made a donation and volunteered with HWF's Hawksbill Sea Turtle Recovery Project.

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> Hawksbills: A Path to Recovery
Student-produced documentary film about the endangered Hawaiian Hawksbill sea turtle and the work of Hawaii Wildlife Fund to protect the nesting females and their hatchlings. It was filmed at Oneloa or "Big Beach" in Makena by three 7th grade Maui students. This film was funded by Hawai'i Tourism Authority and created during Maui Huliau Foundation's Huliau Environmental Filmmaking Club.


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> Clean Yo Beach!
In this video, Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii features its partnership with Hawaii Wildlife Fund and Surfrider Foundation as the groups work together to clean up the Ka Lae shoreline, one of the spots on Hawaii Island that HWF works to restore through its Marine Debris Removal Project.


 
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