The deadliest U.S. wildfires in over a century are burning in Hawai’i. The historic town of Lahaina almost “burnt to the ground” with more loss of life expected as recovery efforts continue on the ground. In today’s deep dive, we discuss what led to this disaster and what its fallout could mean for a pre-existing housing shortage on the island.
Guest: Sterling Higa, Executive Director, Housing Hawai’i’s Future
Hosts: Sam Koslowski and Ninah Kopel
Producer: Ninah Kopel
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