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Historic Preservation Blog from PreservationDirectory.com - climate change, sea level rise, call for speakers, conference, pacific, hawaii
Contributed By: Alyssa Lozupone
Website: https://historyabovewater.org/

The Department of Defense and the Newport Restoration Foundation are proud to co-host the Keeping History Above Water®: Pacific Workshop in Honolulu, Hawai'i on June 13th 2024 at the Doubletree Alana Waikiki. 

Call for Speakers

KHAW: Pacific is accepting speaker proposals through April 10th. Proposals should be submitted as Word documents to KHAWPacific@bah.com by 5 p.m. on April 10th, 2024.

Visit historyabovewater.org for more information on speakers and upcoming registration.

All sessions must be directly related to the impacts of coastal inundation on cultural heritage, including built resources, archaeological sites, landscapes, traditional cultural properties, and intangible heritage of the Pacific Islands.  

More about KHAW: Pacific

Keeping History Above Water® (KHAW) was founded in 2016 by the NRF to foster a national conversation focused on the increasing and varied risks posed by sea-level rise to historic coastal communities. KHAW programs, conferences, and workshops focus on protecting historic buildings, landscapes, and neighborhoods from the increasing threat of inundation. 

The KHAW: Pacific Workshop will serve as a forum for collaboration to proactively identify climate change solutions for the preservation of Pacific Island cultural heritage. Coastal inundation, which refers to sea level rise, storm surge, abnormally high tides, and persistent onshore winds and waves, is particularly detrimental to the physical and cultural heritage of Pacific Islanders and residents. The inclusivity of KHAW’s community-focused engagements will develop and strengthen relationships among communities, partners, and experts in relevant fields. 

KHAW: Pacific is a free, registration-required Workshop. Registration will open by April 15th.

Post-workshop webinar and podcast will be available for streaming.

 


Keywords: climate change, sea level rise, call for speakers, conference, pacific, hawaii

Posted: March 19, 2024
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