The following information is provided by Malama Hawaii:
Malama Hawaii announced today the Hawaii Conservation Conference’s Public Day on August 1, 2012, a part of the annual conference attended by Hawaii’s leading conservation specialists, scientists and public officials. The public is invited to a festival of arts, music, film and conservation at the Hawaii Convention Center offering interactive programs and live entertainment focusing on issues of preserving and protecting our environment.
Activities on the public day on August 1, 2012 will take place from 3pm – 8pm and include interactive exhibits and Maoli Real Time Gallery, a live mural-painting by Wyland, Aupuni Place native art demonstrations, and Knowledge In Motion conservation through film showings, food and musical performances.
2012 marks the 20th anniversary of the annual Hawai‘i Conservation Conference (HCC) and 20 years since the Rio Earth Summit.