Center for Island Sustainability

Center for Island Sustainability

Center for Island Sustainability

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  • A Mariana fruit bat, or fanihi, hangs upside down in its cage.

    Study explores loss and potential restoration of CHamoru practices tied to endangered fadang and fanihi

  • UOG CIS Associate Director Else Demeulenaere sheds light on the nature invasive plants in Guam.

    Column: Invasive plants make a glamorous entry with consequences

  • Butterflies serve ecological roles as pollinators for plants and food sources for lizards, spiders, and more.

    Column: Plants that attract butterflies to your garden

  • The MPA cohort guided and assisted Guam mayors in attaining the first two badges of the G3C Badge Program.

    Sustainability ambassadors: MPA students facilitate mayor commitments to No Poverty and Zero Hunger

  • In the News: UOG repairing hard to reach eroded lands with drones

  • CIS Associate Director Else Demeulenaere sheds light on Guam's endangered species.

    Column: Guam risks losing cultural heritage with loss of endangered species

  • During the pandemic plastic waste increased substantially on our island. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do.

    Column: How to reduce takeout plastic waste during the pandemic

  • Instead of using plastic products in graduation leis, opt for a traditional homemade flower lei.

    Column: Weaving Guam’s unique native flowers into graduation leis

  • Associate Director Else Demeulenaere of the UOG Center for Island Sustainability shares several benefits of green roofs

    Column: Green roofs can lower your energy bill

  • Biology student discovers two potentially new species from Yap

 



Last updated: 9/30/2020