The Hawai’i Water Resources Research Center identifies solutions to water-related problems in the state of Hawaii and American Samoa.
Pacific Fire Exchange
The PFX is led by the Hawai’i Wildfire Management Organization and the University of Hawai’i. It aids in fire knowledge exchange and promotes relationships between wildfire stakeholders in the Pacific.
USGS Pacific Islands Water Science Center
The USGS Pacific Islands Water Science Center provides data that helps address water-related issues as well as making decisions about water resources in Hawai’i and other islands in the Pacific.
State of Hawaii Climate Change Portal
The state of Hawaii’s page for climate change resources.
Pacific Drought Knowledge Exchange
The Pacific Drought Knowledge Exchange (PDKE) seeks to facilitate drought knowledge exchange and enable collaborative relationships among drought stakeholders in Hawai‘i and the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands (USAPI).
USDA Climate Hubs
The USDA’s Climate Hubs are an effort between the department’s agencies to create and deliver information that allows climate-informed decision-making.
National Drought Mitigation Center
The NDMC at the University of Nebraska advocates for preparedness and risk management in order to reduce drought vulnerability.
The National Weather Service’s Honolulu Forecast Office.
Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Center
PI-CASC is one of nine regional centers that aims to develop science in order to aid in the sustainability of communities in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.
The Pacific RISA aims to use climate data to support informed decisions about climate variability and change in Pacific communities.
The National Centers for Environmental Information provides atmospheric, coastal, oceanic and geophysical data.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research is a world-class research center leading, promoting and facilitating innovation in the atmospheric and related Earth and Sun systems sciences.
The Pacific ENSO Applications Climate Center conducts research and produces information on climate variability related to the ENSO climate cycle in the U.S affiliated Pacific islands.
The Western Regional Climate Center is one of six regional climate centers in the U.S. The WRRC coordinates applied climate activities in the West and conducts applied research on climate issues in the West.
RAWS USA Climate Archive
Hawaii Natural Resources Conservation Service
USGS Climate Adaptation Science Centers
The Climate Adaptation Science Centers connects researchers with natural and cultural resource managers to help prepare for changing conditions.
The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy in Hawaii aims to protect Hawaii’s diverse plants and animals
IPIF Forest Service
The Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry provides scientific and technical information for tropical forests and wetlands in the Pacific.
The Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research was created by NOAA and UH and is located in the School of Ocean and Earth Science Technology.
The University of Hawaii Sea Level Center supports oceanographic operations and oceanographic research.
The Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System provides coastal and ocean information.
Department of Hawaiian Homelands
The Three Mountain Alliance includes Hualālai, Mauna Loa, and Kīlauea volcanoes on Hawai‘i Island.
Leeward Haleakalā Watershed Restoration Partnership facilitates watershed management, research and volunteer opportunities.
The East Maui Watershed Partnership works with federal, state and private landowners to protect the native forests.
The East Moloka’i Watershed Partnership works to protect the remaining native forest watershed areas on the East Moloka‘i Mountains.
The Ko’olau Mountains Watershed Partnership is committed to the protection of the native Hawaiian forests of the Koʻolau Mountains.
Wai’anae Mountains Watershed Partnership aims to implement management strategies for the Wai‘anae Mountains.
Mauna Kea Watershed Alliance’s vision is to protect and enhance watershed ecosystems, biodiversity and resources through responsible management while promoting opportunities.
The Kaua’i Watershed Alliance works to protect Kaua’i’s uppermost watershed areas.
Honolulu Board of Water Supply
Department of Water County of Kaua’i
Department of Water Supply County of Maui
Department of Water Supply County of Hawai’i
Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources
The Akaka Foundation for Tropical Forests works to promote forest stewardship.
Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife
The Mauna Kahalawai Watershed Partnership aims to protect and preserve Maui’s native ecosystems and freshwater.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Haleakalā National Park
Hawaiʻi Sea Grant supports research, extension, education, and communication services directed to the improved understanding and stewardship of coastal and marine resources. Hawaiʻi Sea Grant also connects academia, federal, state, and local government agencies, industries, and local community members.
Hālau ʻŌhiʻa Hawaiʻi Stewardship Training is a personal and professional development program, for stewards of the Hawaiʻi landscape.
The Pacific Southwest Research Station represents Forest Service Research and Development in the states of California and Hawaiʻi and the U.S.-affiliated Pacific Islands.
Tropical Hardwood Tree Improvement & Regeneration Center’s mission statement is to advance the science and application of tree improvement, management, and protection to improve tropical hardwood forests, with emphasis on the Hawaiian Islands.
KUPU’s mission is to to empower youth to serve their communities through character-building, service-learning, and environmental stewardship opportunities that encourage pono (integrity) with Ke Akua (God), self, and others.
Hui Aloha Kīholo’s mission is to protect, perpetuate, and enhance the cultural and natural landscape of the Kīholo Bay area through collaborative management and active community stewardship.
The Hawai‘i Green Growth network was established in advance of the 2011 Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit to identify green growth policy priorities for an island economy.
Nā Wai ‘Ekolu shares scientific equipment, training, and curriculum that allows schools to participate in building a scientific database of information, in analyzing and interpreting data used to monitor and manage watershed health, and develop a greater scientific understanding of watershed biodiversity, climate, and issues such as infectious disease, flood mitigation, and pollution.
Ulu Mau Puanui is a non-profit 501c3 organization formed for research and educational purposes to discover and understand how Hawaiians sustained rain-fed (unirrigated) intensive farming for centuries; and how it may inform current efforts to live sustainably.