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Pacific Regional Partners

NOAA's Pacific Region Climate Service, which are part of NCDC, deliver tools and information to communities and businesses to reduce climate risk and improve resiliency. Located across a vast expanse of Ocean, the Pacific Islands are exposed to changes in climate and weather that affect every aspect of life. The Regional Partners assist and work with the Climate Service.

Regional Partners

  • Pacific Climate Information System
    The PaCIS provides NOAA and its partners a framework and strategic guidance for the development and implementation of an integrated program of climate observations, research, modeling, forecasting, operational services, assessment, information management, and education and outreach.
  • Pacific ENSO Applicatoin Climate Center
    The Pacific ENSO Applications Climate Center conducts research and develops information products specific to the USAPI on the climate cycle, its historical impacts, and latest long-term forecasts of conditions, in support of planning and management activities in such climate-sensitive sectors as water resource management, fisheries, agriculture, and other sectors of importance to the communities of the USAPI.
  • Pacific Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments
    The Pacific Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments program supports Pacific island and coastal communities to mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate variability and change. We strive to enhance Pacific communities’ abilities to understand, plan for, and respond to changing climate conditions.
  • Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative
    The Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative is a self-directed, non-regulatory onservation alliance whose purpose is to assist those who manage native species, island ecosystems and key cultural resources in adapting their management to climate change for the continuing benefit of the people of the Pacific Islands.
  • Pacific Islands Climate Science Center
    The Pacific Islands Climate Science Center is part of a network of eight Climate Science Centers created to provide scientific information, tools, and techniques that managers and other parties interested in land, water, wildlife and cultural resources can use to anticipate, monitor, and adapt to climate change.
  • Pacific Risk Management Ohana
    The Pacific Risk Management Ohana is a consortium committed to enhancing the resilience of Pacific communities to hazards. The partners are working together to increase collaboration on development, delivery, and application of risk management information, products, and services for Pacific communities.
  • University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program
    The University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program is part of a national network of 32 programs that promote better understanding, conservation, and use of coastal resources. University of Hawaii Sea Grant has five focus areas: Healthy Coastal Ecosystems, Sustainable Coastal Development, Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply, Hazard Resilience in Coastal Communities, and Sustainable Coastal Tourism.