Science and the Art of the Solvable In Hawai'i's Extinction Crisis

Duffy, David Cameron; Kraus, Fred
May 2006
Environment Hawai'i;May2006, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p1
The article reports on the extinction of several species in Hawaii. The Hawaiian Conservation Alliance has committed to allocate funds towards the conservation of the endangered species and the protection of their natural habitats. The author however was pessimistic over the moves of different organizations to address the problem because the extinction of several endangered species was still prevalent. He challenged everyone concerned to take immediate actions towards Hawaii's sustainable biological diversity.


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