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Ten Shocking Facts About the State of our Oceans
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and selfless love for dolphins can be a catalyst for a deeper
awareness of the delicate interconnectedness of all life.
on small islands provides a microcosm for understanding how
we can live in balance with our environment and each other
with local livelihoods, food security and natural resources
sustained. A balance of enhancement, use and preservation
of habitats is desirable.
core values include:
- A posititve and healthy attitude, value of unconditional
Ho'ohana - To work with purpose
'Imi ola - To seek life in its
highest form, abililty to make the best choices
Kulia i ka nu'u -
Strive to reach the summit, achievement
Ho'omau - To preservere, never
give up, cause the good in life to last
Ho'okipa - Unselfishly extending
the best we have to give
Lokahi - seeks
the harmony of bringing people to agreement
Kakou - all of us, we are in this
Kuleana - accountability,
seeking empowerment and taking ownership
Malama - To serve and honor,
care for and protect from the heart
'Imi 'Ike - Pursue wisdom, learn
and know well
Ho'ohanohano - Honor the dignity
of others, act with integrity and respect
Alaka'i - Lead with initiative
and good example
Mahalo - Live in thankfulness,
speak in appreciation
Nana i kumu - Find your truth
and let it inspire you
Lokomaika'i - To share with each
Na'au Pono - To nurture a deep
sense of justice
Pono - When all is good and right,
Paha'oha'o - To wonder
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are reflective and knowledgeable about their work and its
is man-created and impacts dolphins, humans, plants and
other life forms may travel by wind, water or other methods
thousands of miles.
interdependent with marine mammals and are responsible for
using our awareness, compassion and intelligence to ensure
their survival and the conservation of their habitat.
home for dolphins is a safe place for humans to visit.
major impediments to conserving marine ecosystems are (1)
a lack of understanding of the basic processes governing
the essential features of these systems and (2) ineffective
transfer of new scientific knowledge to the public and to
with integrity and in collaboration with volunteers, backers,
independent researchers and scientists, behaviorists, children
and schols, the general public, tour operators, recreational
boaters and fisherpeople.
a deep commitment to bring nobility, honor and Aloha
to non-profit management, conscious of cost effectiveness,
program effectiveness, internal accountability for each
program, and to use the material support dollars we are
given responsibly and well.