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Governor Calvo speaking at NOAA conference about climate change

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Governor Eddie Calvo is in Hawaii this week attending the Pacific Risk Management Ohana Conference (PRIMO) hosted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The theme of the conference is "Navigating Towards Security and Sustainability" where Governor Calvo will is set to speak before address federal officials over climate change and migration.

Calvo will focus on the challenges of Compact Impact and how the federal government has yet to honor its promise of appropriately compensating jurisdictions that host FAS migrants.

During this trip, Calvo will be also meet with military officials including the Admiral in Charge for Military Forces in the Pacific on the H-2B Visa Crisis and the concern over rate of construction projects.

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