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Manager Climate Corps

University of Hawaii
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The PI-CASC mission delivers science that helps fish, wildlife, water, land, and people adapt to a changing climate. The Manager Climate Corps (MCC) program is a practitioner-driven graduate research program that accomplishes this mission through the process of knowledge co-production. Through this collaborative process we work to increasingly “get to know our neighbors” and unite natural and cultural resource managers with researchers as co-leads in every stage of the research pathway, from the development of the research question, to the methods and analysis, and ultimate utilization of research output. Hosted by the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, the MCC builds adaptive capacity locally by identifying existing professional networks and expanding them through manager-driven research projects and collaborative forums. (from website)

Degree granting: No
Works with Policymakers: Yes
Works with Community Leaders and non-profits: Yes
Conducts Research: Yes
Level(s) of Government Targeted: National Municipal State

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