HighWaterLine: Honolulu - What are the impacts of sea level rise in Honolulu?

December 12, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Halau o Haumea @ Hawai'inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge

The HighWaterLine: Honolulu is a community art project to visualize future sea level rise using a chalk liner to walk the future shoreline. Christina Gerhardt, Associate Professor, UHM, has initiated the HighWaterLine: Honolulu and organized tonight's workshop. She has co-organized two walks of the Kaka‘ako neighborhood together with Adele Balderston, artist and geographer, 88BlockWalks, coming up in January (see link below). Tonight's event will consider the potential impacts of climate change and sea level rise in Honolulu. The panel will feature Noelani Puniwai, Center for Hawaiian Studies, UHM; Kiana Frank, Pacific Biosciences Research Center, UHM; Brad Romine, Sea Grant and Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation, Science Center, UHM; Laurien (Lala) Nuss, Climate Resilience and Equity Manager, Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency, City and County of Honolulu. Walk, Bike or Public transportation. Served by bus lines 13, 18.

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Hawai'inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, Mānoa Campus

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Christina Gerhardt, 808-956-4182, cg2020@hawaii.edu, https://manoa.hawaii.edu/llea/german/faculty/christina-gerhardt/

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