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Climate change a planning reality


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 07, 2014

~~<p>Nobody in Hawaii is ever more than a few miles away from the world's biggest reminder of potential climate-change impacts: the Pacific Ocean. Rising sea levels are known factors in accelerating erosion of coastlines and property loss.</p>
<p>But according to a report distributed nationally this week, there's an even more ominous warning: depletion of the islands' drinking-water supply.</p>
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Nobody in Hawaii is ever more than a few miles away from the world's biggest reminder of potential climate-change impacts: the Pacific Ocean. Rising sea levels are known factors in accelerating erosion of coastlines and property loss.

But according to a report distributed nationally this week, there's an even more ominous warning: depletion of the islands' drinking-water supply. Login for more...



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