A new report explores the achievements of early PI-CASC partner, the Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative (PICCC).
Several PI-CASC researchers with work revolving around water resources will participate in the upcoming International Tropical Island Water Conference.
A recent publication details the methods used to develop and maintain a unique Marshallese agroforestry website created by PI-CASC researchers.
If a picture is worth 1000 words, what does that say about video? Kanesa Duncan Seraphin, host of Voice of the Sea, argues that science television is an important platform, even in this digital era.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) launched this year with hopes of giving some promising students the opportunity to participate in climate science research with a university faculty mentor for ten weeks over the summer. Come learn more about what they accomplished.
While many are working to figure out how to live in this strange shutdown world during the COVID pandemic, PI-CASC-funded climate scientists struggle to continue their important work.
The university lead for PI-CASC Guam, Romina King, has been helping the Laboratory for Advanced Sensing collaborate with NASA’s Nemo Net.
PI-CASC Federal Director Mari-Vaughn Johnson had the chance yesterday to meet with Anthony Ching, a Legislative Assistant for Hawai‘i Congressman Ed Case.
PI-CASC co-production project on coastal erosion rates receives more attention as a case study in the US Climate Resilience Toolkit.