A Hawaiian Renaissance That Could Save the World

This archipelago’s society before Western contact developed a large, self-sufficient population, yet imposed a remarkably small ecological footprint.

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July-August 2019

Volume 107, Number 4
Page 232

DOI: 10.1511/2019.107.4.232

As an undergraduate majoring in zoology at the University of Hawaiʻi in the late 1970s, one of us (Gon) approached the zoology department with the proposal that his two years of Hawaiian language fulfill the language requirement for his degree.

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