Pacific Region Map Welcome!

The Pacific Islands Climate Science Center was established by the Department of the Interior on October 7, 2011, as a consortium hosted by the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, and the University of Guam. The Pacific Islands Climate Science Center is part of a network of eight regional centers established by the DOI. The mission is to provide natural resource managers and cultural stewards in federal, state, and local agencies access to the best science available on climate change and other landscape-scale stressors that are impacting the nation’s natural and cultural resources.


Explore our Story Map to learn more about the climate change impacts facing the Pacific Islands region, the climate science funded by our center, and our efforts to work with threatened communities.

Explore and utilize a wide range of Data Products generated from our projects and available for public use.

PI-CSC Summary

For a quick overview, read these two 2-pager summaries for PI-CSC and the National CSC network

Be sure to visit our Consortium partner websites at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo and the University of Guam for more information about their endeavors.


UH Manoa logo UH Hilo logo Univerisity of Guam logo Dept of Interio logo DOI logo PICSC logo
PI-CSC Summary National CSC Summary University of Hawai'i at Hilo website University of Guam Website