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Src: The Pacific Studies Monitor ISSN 1443-8976
17 Jun 2005
Islands of the Worlds IX Conference, Jul 2006
University of Hawai'i, Maui, HI, US.
"International Small Islands Studies Association (ISISA),
Islands of the Worlds IX Conference,
Sustainable Islands - Sustainable Strategies,
Kahului, Maui, Hawai'i,
July 29 - August 3, 2006,
University of Hawai'i & Maui Community College.
The three interconnected themes planned for the 2006 conference tie in with sustainability efforts currently underway on Maui: economy (po'okela), ecology (malama 'aina), and social equity (ho'ohanohano). Scholars and experts from around the world will make presentations, lead discussions, and interact with international colleagues on the issues of co-responsibility and strategies for sustainable island development.
In addition to bringing this international group together and giving them an opportunity to study and discuss these important issues, the Islands of the World IX Conference will showcase Maui's rich cultural heritage, strong economic factors, and diverse environment.
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