A scuba diver is observing a bed of staghorn corals, which are varying in shades of white and dark yellow
- Guam, USAPI

Pacific Islands brace for ongoing global coral bleaching event

The Micronesia region is on a coral bleaching watch, with Guam already seeing early signs of paling corals. Learn more about the effects coral bleaching has had in the Pacific in the recent past and the outlook for the next few months.
A student squats at the edge of taro patch with a handful of mud to add at the base of the raised plant bed
- Hawaiian Islands, Oʻahu

SURFers and Grad Scholars learn to work with the community

PI-CASC SURFers joined with Graduate Scholars and other students for a morning of helping the North Shore community and an afternoon of discovering and discussing the Kūlana Noiʻi.
Children sit in front of a computer learning about climate.
- Virtual

Innovation and Climate Education: The Journey of PI-CASC’s Education Hub

Launched in 2021, the Climate Education Hub offers teachers a rich collection of place-based lesson plans, tools, and data sets focusing on climate science in Hawaiʻi and the US- Affiliated Pacific Islands (USAPI).
Fifth summer of undergraduate research kicks off

Fifth summer of undergraduate research kicks off

PI-CASC's Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship launched in early June with four new SURFers embarking on exciting climate-related projects on Oʻahu and Hawaiʻi Island.