The PICCC funds cutting-edge research and projects that inform adaptation by management partners and decision-makers. The goals of these projects are to provide a range of services and tools to help managers in the US-affiliated Pacific islands make informed decisions for conservation of natural and cultural resources. By working to achieve the co-development of knowledge, the PICCC helps managers reach biocultural adaptation and conservation objectives in the face of climate change impacts and ongoing threats such as fire, land conversion, and invasive species.
Click on the previews below to view the individual projects. Choose a category to filter project results.
- Terrestrial Ecosystems
- Freshwater Ecosystems
- Coastal and Marine Ecosystems
- Cultural Resources
- People-Place Connections