The PICSC consortium and partners provide expertise in developing and applying climate change science to societal and ecological challenges across the region.

Coral Reefs on Bird Island
Hawaii Waterfall
The Pacific Islands CSC provides scientific information, tools, and techniques that natural and cultural resource managers can use to anticipate, monitor, and adapt to climate change.
Honli'i Beach Park Green Sea Turtle
HAVO National Park Flower
The PICSC is hosted by the University of Hawai'i, Manoa and works closely with the University of Hawai'i at Hilo and the University of Guam. Up-to-date information about PICSC projects and programs can also be found on the PICSC Partner Consortium website.
Collage of Images with Beach, Coral Reef
Pacific Island chain from aerial view
Learn more about climate change impacts and projects at the PICSC on our interactive Story Map. Note: Please view using the "http" prefix. Some functionality may be lost when viewed using the "https" prefix for the site.
Pandanus Tree
Iiwi red bird
Stay updated with the PICSC by checking out our quarterly newsletter, the Pacific Pandanus. The latest newsletter focuses on communicating climate change.