Community Resilience

Cover of Ka Pili Kai Hooilo 2021, blue photo taken underwater of rain falling on ocean's surface.

Ka Pili Kai Ho‘oilo 2021

Click on the cover image to view the full issue. Science is Art Art is Science Mai ka moana ākea, nā ʻāina ā puni, ka lewa lani ā ka lewa lipo, ua mālamalama ke ao kānaka i ka wili pū ...
UH Faculty at Kūlana Noiʻi training

Updated guidance on best practices for community-embedded research in Hawaiʻi

Updated guidance on best practices for community-embedded research in Hawaiʻi   November 1, 2021 A groundbreaking publication that seeks to build more just and generative relationships between researchers and community members was recently updated to better reflect the nuances and ...
Nonprofit shares in $50K grant to reduce marine debris, protect sea turtles, seabirds, and monk seals

Nonprofit shares in $50K grant to reduce marine debris, protect sea turtles, seabirds, and monk seals

Nonprofit shares in $50K grant to reduce marine debris, protect sea turtles, seabirds, and monk seals August 25, 2021 Hawai‘i Sea Grant and Hawai‘i Marine Animal Response (HMAR), the largest Hawai-based marine species response and conservation nonprofit organization, have received ...
Ryan Ringuette

Hawai‘i Sea Grant honors life and legacy of Peter J. Rappa through summer graduate fellowship

Hawai‘i Sea Grant honors life and legacy of Peter J. Rappa through summer graduate fellowship August 6, 2021 Today we will be honoring the life and legacy of Peter J. Rappa, a long-time University of Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program ...
Cover of Ka Pili kai issue including image of a stormy sky above a small island and its coastine.

Ka Pili Kai Kau 2021

Click on the cover image to view the full issue. Climate Resilience Adapting to our warming world Climate change does not recognize borders or politics, fairness, or justice. Its impacts amplify and reverberate through our communities and shared ecosystems, affecting ...
Cover of Ka Pili Kai, Dr. Kapono stands facing the surf, surfboard under his arm.

Ka Pili Kai Ho‘oilo 2020

Click on the cover image to view the full issue. How Will COVID-19 Shape Our Future This issue discusses some of the impacts of COVID-19 in Hawai'i and explores what they might mean for our future. All of us at ...
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Ka Pili Kai Kau 2020

Click on the cover image to view the full issue. Community is Resilience Lucky we live Hawai‘i… as the local saying goes! In Hawai‘i, we’re blessed with an incredible environment with steep lush mountains and deep valleys sloping down to ...
Graphic saying "The Plans"

Hawaiʻi Coastal Resilience at PRiMO 2020

by Katia ChikasuyeAttending a new conference is always an exciting opportunity to learn and connect! As a new E. Gordon Grau Coastal and Marine Resource Management Fellow, this was my first time at the annual Pacific Risk Management ‘Ohana (PRiMO) ...
David Wallace-Wells at podium

Talking story to combat climate change

Sometimes climate conferences can seem like “preaching to the choir,” with most participants already thoroughly convinced of the reality of climate change and the need to combat the changes through combined elements of mitigation and adaptation. But the theme for ...