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Planners need to account for climate change


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 13, 2013

~~<p>Nothing brings a global issue into sharp focus like seeing some hometown speci-fics pointed out.</p>
<p>The worldwide debate over global warming &mdash; a problem seemingly inhabiting the distant future &mdash; suddenly has an ETA. According to a University of Hawaii study released last week, prevailing temperatures in Hawaii will reach new, sweltering highs by 2043, a mere 30 years from now.</p>
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Nothing brings a global issue into sharp focus like seeing some hometown speci-fics pointed out.

The worldwide debate over global warming — a problem seemingly inhabiting the distant future — suddenly has an ETA. According to a University of Hawaii study released last week, prevailing temperatures in Hawaii will reach new, sweltering highs by 2043, a mere 30 years from now. Login for more...



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