University of Guam

About University of Guam

The University of Guam Center for Island Sustainability and Sea Grant Institute (CIS/SG) leads and supports the transition of our island region towards a sustainable future. CIS is a focal institute in our region for conducting sustainability-related research and community outreach to help meet islands’ needs in the broader areas of the environment, economy, society, and education. The mission of the Sea Grant Institutional Program is to integrate and apply research, extension, and education activities to sustain and develop island environments while integrating knowledge and cultural perspectives of island people. UOG Sea Grant is one of thirty-four (34) Sea Grant Programs in the United States. Core funding for CIS/SG is provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Government of Guam.

Thank you for subscribing!
22-23 May 2024 | Prince Edward Island, Canada

Global Sustainable Islands Summit 2024

Prepare to immerse yourself in this landmark event for the
global island community in 2024!
Live from COP28 - Island of Hope
The Island Innovation Agency Newsletter is a must-read for sustainable business leaders! It delivers a free monthly dose of relevant and valuable business insights, expert advice, downloadable resources, and easy-to-implement ideas for professionals aiming to optimize their results in communication, branding, and networking. By signing up, you will benefit from curated insights for your sustainable brand, exclusive offers, ready-to-use templates and industry news.
Our newsletter on island sustainability is perfect for everyone interested in sustainable development, innovation, and island territories! Every week we compile stories from islands worldwide and highlight commonalities, demonstrating the spectrum of innovation from technology to the arts. Our newsletter brings together globally disparate places and strikes a balance of acknowledging and dealing with critical problems while emphasizing the resourcefulness of isolated communities.