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Ka Pili Kai Fall 2012

The Center for Sustainable Coastal Tourism (CSCT), one of UH Sea Grant’s five Centers of Excellence, is dedicated to advancing sustainability practices that promote economic development while at the same time minimizing our environmental footprint and encouraging stewardship of our island and coastal resources. Since its inception in 2009, Dr. Denise Konan, Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Director of the CSCT, has been leading this groundbreaking new center and seeking out innovative projects that will help the state become a global leader in sustainable coastal tourism. In this issue I invite you to read about a sand replenishment project in Waikïkï and its importance to the future of the area, how climate change could impact the state’s tourism industry, the community’s perceptions about seawater air conditioning in Waikïkï, the inaugural sustainable coastal tourism fellows, and much more
Ka Pili Kai Fall 2012
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Publication Date
December 2012