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Connecting the Dots: Facilitating Systems Communication for Mālama Maunalua

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Title:Connecting the Dots: Facilitating Systems Communication for Mālama Maunalua
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Authors:Maruno, Taylor
Hoshijo, Kai
Briere, Casey
Contributors:Bremer, Leah (instructor)
Crow, Susan (instructor)
Keywords:Communication
Maunalua Bay
Community
Environmental management
Story Map
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Date Issued:05 May 2021
Abstract:Mālama Maunalua is a non-profit, community-centered organization working to restore abundance to Maunalua Bay on the island of O‘ahu. Founded in 2005, the organization has since implemented a large number of stewardship projects and programs that target various aspects of ecosystem and community care, from habitat restoration, to education and outreach, to scientific research (Mālama Maunalua, 2016). With thousands of volunteers over the years, Mālama Maunalua continues to seek ways of caring for the Maunalua Bay area, from mauka to makai, through community engagement. As a very large organization with numerous projects running concurrently in various areas, and involving different people however, an issue Mālama Maunalua currently faces is understanding how those different projects relate to one another and affect the bay ecosystem as a whole. Conceptualization of strategic linkages amongst the organization’s projects is needed in order to communicate these understandings to the community and the general public
Description:Project description and link to both story maps are located in the Two Page document, also contains our objectives, reasoning for the project and the outcomes. Community presentation slide deck contains the slides that were used when presenting the finished project to Mālama Maunalua community partner. The Project and Ecosystem Service list contains all the projects that Mālama Maunalua currently run and the stakeholders and ecosystem services that each project affects.
Pages/Duration:20 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/75660
Rights:CC0 1.0 Universal
http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
Appears in Collections: 2021 Maunalua Bay Case Study


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