May 5, 2020 [Hawai‘i/US mainland] / May 6, 2020 [Guam]: Webinar: When Climate Change and Invasive Species Intersect: Building a roadmap to address invasive species in a changing climate
On Nov. 20th, UH Hilo’s Manager Climate Corps hosted an interactive workshop involving local natural and cultural resource managers, researchers, graduate students, and community members to discuss current and near-future research needs and potential research support to help Hawaiʻi Island communities adapt to climate change impacts.
On April 23-25, the Manager Climate Corps presented at the 10th Annual National Adaptation Forum Program within a CASC session focused case studies of collaboration across worldviews for management.
On April 11th, MCC staff and Bethany Morrison (Hawaiʻi County Long Range Planning Dept.) along with two additional presenters held a panel at the 2019 Conference on Island Sustainability regarding climate adaptation policy, planning, and manager-driven research efforts.
On November 3rd, MCC hosted an early career professional panel for Pacific Islander students at the 2018 PacYES! conference. Panelists discussed practical, place-based context for careers involved in climate change adaptation and necessary tools and skills developed through research experiences.
On July 19th, the MCC hosted an interactive forum at the 2017 Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference. The session offered valuable presentations and small group discussions about collaborative knowledge coproduction. Check out the full forum report here.
On May 9-11, MCC presented at the 2017 Annual National Adaptation Forum within a climate adaptation education session.
On April 18-21, MCC participated in the 2017 University of Guam Island Sustainability Conference where graduate students presented their manager-driven research and MCC held a climate breakout session where the immersion camp film screened.
On November 2nd and 3rd, MCC developed and led two knowledge coproduction training sessions at the National Climate Science Center Student and Early Career Training hosted by the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
In August of 2016, the PI-CASC Climate Change Boot Camp utilized a wide variety of in-person experiences and multiple ways of knowing to expand local professional networks, while improving our understanding of the worldviews of others.