PI-CASC CARM fellow Farron Taijeron was recently recognized by Guam senators for his environmental and conservation work.
PI-CASC took part in the 14th annual UOG Conference on Island Sustainability, from April 11 to April 15.
One PI-CASC project in Hawaiʻi is looking at corals’ health and stress response to an inconspicuous nutrient source: bird poop.
The Pacific Drought Knowledge Exchange recently released three factsheets on Guam’s climate, weather, and wildfire events.
USGS PI-CASC is seeking applicants for an assistant regional administrator for the center.
USGS PI-CASC is seeking applicants for a postdoctoral researcher as part of the 2022-2024 Future of Aquatic Flows cohort of the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellowship program.
The PI-CASC team at the University of Guam presented on coral reefs and climate change at the 2023 Service Learning, Youth, and Community Preparedness Summit on January 25, 2023.
University Consortium Deputy Director and Leah Laramee of the Climate Commission talked with Burt Lum about last week’s events and their climate adaptation efforts. Take a listen!
Participants in a PI-CASC funded project on documenting traditional Marshallese and Yapese sea-faring techniques had the chance to interact with other archeologist at a Stanford workshop last month.
PI-CASC will host the 2023 annual EARTH teacher workshop in Honolulu, July 10-14.