Chip Fletcher, one of the nation’s foremost experts in climate change and its effects on coasts, will be the featured speaker on August 14, when Environment Hawai`i celebrates its 25th anniversary with a dinner, live music by JazzX2, and a silent auction featuring works by local craftspeople and artists.
Fletcher, who has authored a number of books, including Living on the Shores of Hawai`i and Climate Change: What the Science Tells Us, will speak on “Climate Crisis: Review and Update.” He serves as the associate dean for academic affairs and a full professor at the UH-Manoa’s School of Ocean and Earth Sciences and Technology,
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