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PI-CASC NEWS

A wave crashed up and over a railed walkway in Waikiki
- Guam, Hawaiian Islands, USAPI

PI-CASC researcher’s flooding forecasts in the news

PI-CASC researcher Phil Thompson is in the news with a new study that suggests coastal flooding hazards may increase in the 2030's as sea-level rise combines with a wobble in the moon's orbit.
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View from the top of a steep, green-sided, u-shaped valley opening onto a blue ocean
- Hawaiian Islands, Webinar

Examining interwoven ecosystems, from mountains to oceans, in unique collaboration

PI-CASC Federal Director Mari-Vaughn Johnson joins with AK CASC Federal Director Stephen Gray to present a webinar in July about progress on the exciting new PI-AK Collaboration.
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A view through palm trees on manicured lawn looks across a flat bay towards hotels and office buildings
- Guam

Working towards sustainable island futures

PI-CASC Guam has been collaborating on a survey to better understand how to achieve a sustainable future for Guam.
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Expansive landscape of green, rocky hills, a river snaking along their base and a fishpond
- Hawaiian Islands, USAPI

East-West Center releases report on PI-CASC partner PICCC

A new report explores the achievements of early PI-CASC partner, the Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative (PICCC).
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