Loli Aniau, Maka‘ala Aniau (Climate Change, Climate Alert) or “LAMA” is a program housed within Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, one of the largest schools of indigenous knowledge in the United States at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
LAMA’s mission is to catalyze climate adaptation and resiliency by engaging communities in Hawai’i and beyond through innovative training and policy tools that link decision- makers with the university, island communities, and the public as well as private sectors. It is our goal to engage and empower climate justice communities in Hawai‘i and globally.
For more info visit LAMA at- http://islandclimate.net
“Hōʻā i ka lama” is a project that transpired as an action item from our recent Kilo Honua (Earth Observers) workshop held in March 2014 that gathered Native Hawaiian kupuna (elders), policy makers, leaders, University professors and students, and community organizers.
Director of Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement
Hawai’inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge
Work Phone: (808) 956-3895
Mobile: (808) 286-5461
LAMA (Loli Aniau, Makaʻala Aniau)
2515 Dole Street Room 207
Honolulu, HI 96822