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Climate Resilience, The Environment, Forestry, Fisheries & Disaster Management

Coastal Projects

Coastal Projects

Ecosystem Based Adaptation (EBA)

Ecosystem Based Adaptation is an approach that involves using nature to help human beings adapt to Climate Change. This approach takes into account the protective nature of healthy coastal ecosystems that can increase our resilience to climate change, as well as maintain the multiple social, economic and cultural co benefits to local communities that depend on ecosystem services.

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Coastal EbA Project in Grenada Pilot, 2014-16

This brief is intended to provide general information on the pilot activities undertaken in Grenada by the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) in partnership with the Government of Grenada for the Project: Building Capacity for Coastal Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) In Small Island Developing States

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Coral Reefs: The Forests of the Sea

Understanding the Value of Healthy Coral Reef Systems for Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique & making the case for coastal EbA intervention in the tri-island State

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Grand Anse Bay Pilot Site

Results from a Vulnerability Impact Assessment in 2014 revealed varying rates of erosion that alternated between stable, partially stable to chronic erosion along Grand Anse beach

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Windward Pilot Site

A Vulnerability Impact Assessment identified the Windward community as particularly vulnerable to:

Flooding, Coastal Erosion, Seal Level Rise

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Marine Litter

Reducing the input of plastic litter into the ocean around Grenada

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Coastal Zone Management

Coastal Zone Management policy provides a vision for the future use, development and protection of the nation's coastal zone by setting out policies to guide relationships among resource users, community facilities and activities, as well as physical development and infrastructure

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Restoration and Community Co-Management of Mangroves (RECCOMM)

The Restoration and Community Co-Management of Mangroves (RECCOMM) pilot project aims to increase the health of the surrounding mangrove forest and associated ecosystems in order to reduce vulnerabilities to the adverse impacts of climate change.

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