The Potential of 'Oiwi Agriculture Under Climate Change - Event Details
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The Potential of 'Oiwi Agriculture Under Climate Change
Location: Student Services Center Room W-201
Free public presentation by Natalie Kurashima, Integrated Resources Manager at Kamehameha Schools.
In Hawai'i, competing issues of development, food production and biodiversity conservation, and the added pressure of climate change are especially pressing. Dr. Kurashima will discuss attempts to identify spatial shifts in agricultural systems under climate change and determine resilient areas for protection and restoration. She will highlight the large role indigenous agriculture can play in producing food, while supporting biodiversity and indigenous well-being in Hawai'i under intense land use and climate changes.
Sponsored by Kipuka Native Hawaiian Student Center, United Nations Association-Hawai'i Island Chapter and International Student Services.
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