FIRST PERSON: The ‘inseparable bond’ between Hawaiian culture and native plants

Climate change and the collapse of forest systems

Today, without these plants, we would probably not be able to live here for very long.  If there are too many invasive species, and if our forest systems collapse entirely, the islands could not hold any rainwater: our water supplies would literally evaporate and these islands would become uninhabitable.

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