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The Kwajalein Atoll
Sustainability Laboratory

A Marshallese Climate-Adaptation Testing Site

Research Sectors

Marshallese led, requirements driven, technology neutral, and vendor agnostic

Cultural preservation

Energy

Water

Healthcare

Education

Food

Shelter

Sanitation

Communications

Transportation

Job creation

Ecosystem Regeneration

And all through integrative design

A Climate-Adaptation
Research Laboratory

The  Kwajalein Atoll Sustainability Laboratory (KASL) is a Marshallese non-governmental field experimentation site supported by the US Office of Naval Research (ONR) to explore climate-adaptive ideas.

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Testing venues

KASL is designed to provide climate adaptation testing in almost any tropical environment:

  • Calm  lagoon

  • Austere and remote landforms

  • Safe and protected airspace

  • Dense and low-resource urban environments

  • Open ocean

  • Deep seabed

  • Spectrum availability, and more...

Including educational and cultural opportunities that are rarely available.

Credible testing sites

KASL has been designed for evaluating research ideas that might help the most climate-vulnerable populations in the Pacific.

 

If your idea works here, it will probably work anywhere.

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