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HĀ O KE KAI- Research Lightning Talks

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Jefferson Hall (East-West Center Imin Conference Center)

1777 East-West Road

Honolulu, HI 96848

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Day 2: This segment highlights current research that can help to inform citizen action, engagement, policy implementation, and lawmaking.

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Research Lightning Talks

Introduction by Dr. Makena Coffman, UH Dept. of Urban & Regional Planning. Dr. Coffman will provide a framework, scale, and context for climate change research in Hawaii.

10:20 - 10:34 Kalisi Malusio: Growing Global Potential of Breadfruit Cultivation under Climate Change Scenarios

10:34 - 10:48 Dr. Sarah Wiebe: The role of environmental justice in climate change adaptation and mitigation, and communication strategies

10:48 - 11:00 Kathy McKenzie: EV grid integration in Hawaiʻi and issues relating to transit from renewable energy sources

11:00 - 11:14 Dr. Dan Ervin: Impacts of climate change on human health and migration in Hawaiʻi and the Marshall Islands

11:14 - 11:28 Dr. Matthew Widlansky: Forecasting the next warm blob and high sea levels for Hawaii

11:28 - 11:40 Dr. Mehana Vaughn: Community resilience in Haʻena, Kauai

11:40 - 12:00 Panel discussion and questions

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Honolulu, HI 96848

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