We should be optimistic that both sides of the TMT debate can coexist — even thrive symbiotically.
The state Land Board will require the University of Hawaii to remove three telescopes atop Mauna Kea and create new educational programs as conditions for
Opponents of the Thirty Meter Telescope vowed Thursday to take their case to the Hawaii Supreme Court following the approval of the project’s construction permit
Hawaii Board of Land and Natural Resources Approves Conservation District Use Permit to Build TMT on Maunakea The State of Hawaii Board of Land and Natural
Former U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka has endorsed the construction of the controversial Thirty Meter Telescope in his new autobiography, saying the cutting-edge observatory will generate
Tourism is currently the largest employer in Hawai’i but its making way for other job opportunities for residents. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.
1/10 – Witnesses for the TMT opponents take the stand Following the completion last week of the University of Hawaii’s and TMT’s expert witnesses, this week’s
Hawaii Board of Land & Natural Resources Hears Final Arguments in Conservation District Use Permit Contested Case [Hilo, HI – Sep. 20, 2017] The process to
The Thirty Meter Telescope is again in the hands of the state Board of Land and Natural Resources. After a full day of testimony, and time
The 23 parties that sparred and skirmished for more than four months during the Thirty Meter Telescope contested case hearing replay will get one last
TMT Releases Semi-Annual Payment to the THINK Fund in Support of Hawaii Island Education HILO, HAWAII – (September 18, 2017) – The Thirty Meter Telescope recently