Anna Shimabukuro pauses during a hike to talk about plant life and trees along the trail in Okinawa, Japan on July 22, 2015. Shimabukuro, along with other environmentalists, participated in a lawsuit against the U.S. Defense Department in a bid to block construction of military air strips in Oura Bay, home to several species of coral, fish and the endangered, iconic dugong.
Anna Shimabukuro pauses during a hike to talk about plant life and trees along the trail in Okinawa, Japan on July 22, 2015. Shimabukuro, along with other environmentalists, participated in a lawsuit against the U.S. Defense Department in a bid to block construction of military air strips in Oura Bay, home to several species of coral, fish and the endangered, iconic dugong. Tiffany Tompkins-Condie McClatchy
Anna Shimabukuro pauses during a hike to talk about plant life and trees along the trail in Okinawa, Japan on July 22, 2015. Shimabukuro, along with other environmentalists, participated in a lawsuit against the U.S. Defense Department in a bid to block construction of military air strips in Oura Bay, home to several species of coral, fish and the endangered, iconic dugong. Tiffany Tompkins-Condie McClatchy

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