Karl Kim, Ph.D. is professor of urban and regional planning at the University of Hawaii, where he directs the graduate program in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance and is executive director of the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center.

Distracted Driving is Hazardous Driving

By Karl Kim, Eric Yamashita | May 17, 2021

From laws to training and technology: how to improve traffic safety

Worst-Case Scenarios: Flooding and Evacuation Plans in Honolulu

By Karl Kim, Pradip Pant, Eric Yamashita | November 14, 2018

Like other coastal cities, Honolulu’s long-term viability depends on how well it can adapt to climate change. By 2100, sea levels are predicted to rise by at least a meter worldwide alongside an incre …