The PI-CASC Student Research Symposium was held on April 5, 2022, in Guam during the 13th UOG Conference on Island Sustainability.
Applications are being accepted for USGS and PI-CASC’s Indigenous Pacific Islander and Native Hawaiian Climate Engagement research opportunity.
PI-CASC UOG lead Romina King appeared on Newstalk K57 to talk about NOAA’s recent report on sea-level rise.
PI-CASC CARM fellow and UOG student Farron Taijeron was at the scene of a wildfire event in southern Guam, and he produced informational videos in an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of wildfire damage.
The Pacific islands Climate Adaptation Science Center is aiding the effort to compile data across the Pacific region that will form the Fifth National Climate Assessment.
A Hawaiʻi Island-based coastal setback project and its leaders were featured in a video during a panel of community adaptation and resilience leaders discussing adaptation projects from across the U.S. on November 8, 2021.
An inspiring video of a PI-CASC-funded Hawai’i Island was highlighted for a global audience, sharing the effectiveness of knowledge co-production to tackling climate change adaptation challenges.
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.
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.
PI-CASC Guam has been collaborating on a survey to better understand how to achieve a sustainable future for Guam.