First up, Amy Weintraub, Executive Director of the Hawaii Academy of Science joins us to tell us about the and the regionals science fairs that lead up to the upcoming Hawaii State Science Fair. Then, we’re joined by Corie Tanida and Sarah-Lyn Kaeo, honor student at Univ of Hawaii Manoa, both independent but support Common Cause, civic engagement and automatic voter registration. The bills to follow during this legislative session include: SB2005 and HB2119.
We kick off today’s show with Dr. Song Choi, Assistant Dean at the College of Engineering, to find out about this year’s Hawaii Science Fair. Then later in the show we talk to Helen Spafford and Elisha Wood Charlson, organizers of the upcoming March for Science here in Honolulu happening on Earth Day. We also talk to Angela Beck, one of the organizers for the March for Science in Hilo.