Mālama Honua A Traditions of the Pacific Lecture Series
April 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm| $10
Bishop Museum Presents
Stories from Hōkūle‘a’s Worldwide Voyage: Mālama Honua
A Traditions of the Pacific Lecture Series
Thursday, April 19, 2018
6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
at Bishop Museum in Hawaiian Hall
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Members: Free with online registration or Membership card
Member guests are not permitted for after-hours Museum programming
What does Mālama Honua really mean to the population of the world? How do we take care of and protect everything that makes up our world: lands, oceans, living beings, cultures, and communities? We need to take care of our limited resources as though we are living on a canoe in the open ocean. On a canoe, water, food, plants, and other basic needs are in limited supply and thus are tended to with great care. Earth’s resources are also in limited supply, so we must tend to them in kind. Come hear about sustainability practices around the world and learn what we can do here in Hawai‘i.
This six-part Traditions of the Pacific lecture series is made possible through the generous support from Hawai’i Tourism Authority and the Tommy Holmes Foundation and in partnership with Polynesian Voyaging Society.