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UNESCO Calls For Substantial Investment In Science To Protect Marine World Heritage Against Climate Impact; Unesco

Photo: Shaun Wolfe

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UH researchers play major role in Papahānaumokuākea update; Mirage News

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New report reveals insights into the condition of natural and cultural resources of Papahānaumokuākea; Sarah Marquis; National Marine Sanctuaries

NOAA has published a peer-reviewed State of the Monument report that was jointly produced by the co-trustees of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.

Source: New report reveals insights into the condition of natural and cultural resources of Papahānaumokuākea

It’s been 10 years since Papahanaumokuakea was designated as a world heritage site; Chavonnie Ramos; Hawaii News Now

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization recognized the monument as “one of the best examples of both the world’s cultural as well as natural heritage.”

Source: It’s been 10 years since Papahanaumokuakea was designated as a world heritage site

Today marks 10 years since Papahanaumokuakea was designated a World Heritage site; Nina Wu; Honolulu Star-Advertiser

The Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument today celebrates its 10th anniversary as a World Heritage site.

Source: Today marks 10 years since Papahanaumokuakea was designated a World Heritage site | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Conserving World Heritage Landscapes; Alexandra Harper; Medium.com


A look at Papahānaumokuākea — a United States World Heritage Site…

Source: Conserving World Heritage Landscapes

World’s Oldest Wild Bird Returns to Midway!; Sierra Sun Times

World’s Oldest Wild Bird Returns to Midway!

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America’s largest national monument is under threat; Aulani Wilhelm; Conservation International Blog

USA – Papahānaumokuākea

Editor’s note: U.S. President Donald Trump has issued an unprecedented executive order instructing the Department of the Interior to review all national monuments greater than 100,000 acres created since 1996. After the review, the president could attempt to shrink or delist these national monuments — an action that, while likely to be challenged in court, could have severe consequences for the conservation of the United States’ critical natural areas. Conservation International’s (CI) senior vice president for oceans, ‘Aulani Wilhelm — a Native Hawaiian and the monument’s first superintendent — considers the importance of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, one of the national monuments on the chopping block.

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