Ê»Aimalama Lunar ConferenceSeptember 25, 2015 - September 27, 2015
Mānoa Campus, Keoni Auditorium
The Ê»Aimalama Lunar Conference will bring together peoples of HawaiÊ»i and the Pacific who are revitalizing lunar practices to share lunar methodologies with one another and build a regional community of practice.
There are two goals for this gathering:
--To empower the Pacific peoples with tools to note changes within their environments, adding solutions for survival and adaptability.
--To publish a paper of our findings, highlighting the Kaulana Mahina methodologies used to identify changes occurring in the Pacific, the natural indicators of changing climate, and the adaptive measures to prepare for the change with intention. This paper will be a native peoples of the Pacificâ€™s response to climate change. It is envisioned that the paper will be published and presented at the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress, scheduled to be held in Honolulu in 2016, as well as various pertinent international meetings like the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
HoÊ»okuÊ»i leo: He mai, he mai e nÄ Ê»Åiwi o ke kihi a ke kihi o ka MoananuiÄkea. EÅ mai.
HawaiÊ»inuiÄkea School of Hawaiian Knowledge- Community Engagement/LAMA, Mānoa Campus
Friday, September 25
First-aid/CPR/AED ClassMānoa Campus, Campus Center 203E
Childrenâ€™s Center Yard SaleMānoa Campus, 2320 Dole Street
Dell DayMānoa Campus, Manoa Bookstore
Shifting the Paradigm of EngagementMānoa Campus, Kuykendall 106
WORKPLACE PROFESSIONALISM - What is it and why do I care?Hawaiʻi Campus, 379-1 Kaneikeao
2nd Annual Splash BashWest Oʻahu Campus, Great Lawn